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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Unexpected Message Window

From: milfor
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Unexpected Message Window
Date: Fri, 13 Aug 2010 15:21:40 -0700 (PDT)

Louis Zulli wrote:
> The following occurs on my OS X build from the 0806 snapshot.
> 1) Move aside .gnubg directory to restore default settings.
> 2) Start a new money game session.
> 3) Play a few moves and resign to end Game 1.
> 4) An new game should start automatically, and assume you get the first
> roll. (If not, ignore the rest of this.)
> 5) Before doing anything else, return to Game 1 in the Game Record panel.
> 6) Immediately return to Game 2 in the Game Record panel.
> 7) In the game record, click on your first roll. The roll becomes
> highlighted in black, and your dice appear on the board.
> 8) Before doing anything else, click any of your checkers that has a legal
> move.
> A Message window appears saying something like: There must be a game in
> progress to set a player on roll. Return hits: 5 (no hit: 31 rolls)
> 9) Click on OK to dismiss the window and play continues normally.
> I see no value in having the Message window appear at all. Can anyone
> confirm what I've described?

Yes, I often get this cryptic message. I could live with that if I had dice
and could move afterwards like you.
But Christian Anthons bug fix is still not available for Windows.
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