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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Analyze match/session button

From: Øystein Johansen
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Analyze match/session button
Date: Sun, 25 Jun 2006 00:45:01 +0200
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Albert Silver wrote:
> First of all, is there a difference between 'Analyze match' and 'Analyze
> session'? I know that if I run an 'Analyze Session' on a match played, the
> results are the same, hence my question.

No, there's no difference what so ever!

> Anyhow, I wanted to request a button for Analyze match (or the option to
> place a button) on the toolbar. It is easily one of the options I use the
> most, and I doubt I'm alone, so it would make sense adding it there.

I believe you're right. The button belongs there. I think this has been
discussed as well. (At least I discussed this with my self when I
redesigned the toolbar some years ago....) I think the reason I didn't
add such button, was that I was missing an icon for this purpose. what
should the image of such icon be anyway? Please suggest something?

Maybe an automatic dialog when a match is finnished, which asks if you
want to save or analyse? (or something else?)

> One last thing, although this is a really old request, now that GNU can
> display the win/loss percentiles in the analysis pane, would it be possible
> to add the well-known, and very popular Snowie function, to show the bot's
> analysis immediately upon playing a move. 

I think this stops in the same as the problems of working with
positions. However, I've not tried...


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