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[Bug-gnubg] HTML Export
[Bug-gnubg] HTML Export
Sun, 20 Jul 2003 10:39:01 +1200
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I just got the 2003 Final from Albert and exported it to HTML. This is
probably the first time I use this feature, since I typically use my own
We have been talking recently about the need to improve GNUbg look&feel,
so I would like to start a discussion with my observations.
(Disclaimer: some might say that as the author of fibs2html I have no
right to 'complain' about such stuff. Also, my artistic judgment is
limited to criticizing, not to making constructive suggestions. I am
hoping you guys can come up with some answers.)
1. Textish header
Jon Royset (0 pts) vs. Moshe Tissona (1 pts) (Match to 25)
(I know I use the same in fibs2html)
Can we come up with a better formatting. Those () are an eyesore.
2. match Information
Why include empty values (rating 0, Comments n/a)? why not eliminate them?
Jon Royset's rating: 0 (Exp 0)
Moshe Tissona's rating: 0 (Exp 0)
Date: July 13, 2003
Event: World Championship 2003
Place: Monte Carlo
Annotator: GNU 0.14
3. Size of board - Handled in export setting (nice work Joern)
4. output accuracy (# digits)
recently solved with 'set output digits 3'
5. Probability formats
Why not 50.3% or (50.3) instead of 0.503. At least have a user option?
6. Points numbers
Points numbers in text above board are ungainly. Both fibs2html and
Snowie embed those in the board frame. The are so in the GNUbg
interface, why are they not exported with the images???
7. Position ID
The Position below the board looks awful.
(Position ID: 4HPwATDgc/ABMA Match ID: cAgqAwAACAAA)
I did not see an option to disable them if I wanted to (perhaps I
missed it?). Can we find a better placement/format
8. The '*' in '*Moshe Tissona moves 8/4 6/4'
looks bad. In fibs2html, I use HTML list item
'<ul><li> </li></ul>' to get the nice builtin bullet. I am sure there
are other options
Perhaps if they are nearer the board (after we eliminate the point
numbers) it will look better.
(See the attachment. You probably have to save it to GNUbg directory and
reload it, since images are assumed to be in html-images. BTW, is there
a WWW location for the images if we want to exchange those more
Why all the spaces in Move number, ply, and at the end of move?
(Perhaps the one at the end of move is due to fixed length, which was
correct only for 4 digits, and now incorrect since I changed it to 3?)
Why the '*' at all. Isn't the color enough?
11. Cube decision
In fibs2html (see second attachment), I boldface (strong) the numbers
and color the actual cube decision, so they stand out and (IMPO) are
easier to see.
12 Can't move
# Ply Move MWC
In fibs2html, I show the equities after the (empty) move, just like for
normal moves. I assume this is an omission/bug in GNUbg. If not, the
above should be eliminated, as it adds nothing.
Can I control some of them? For example, it is hard to see the Summary
in Black on gray on my display.
See third attachment. Quite messy.
15. Zeros in summary
Why not eliminate the part in parenthesis in
' 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%))'
Total cube decisions 24 4
Close or actual cube decisions 1 4
Doubles 0 1
Takes 1 0
Passes 0 0
Missed doubles around DP 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%)) 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%))
Missed doubles around TG 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%)) 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%))
Wrong doubles around DP 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%)) 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%))
Wrong doubles around TG 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%)) 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%))
Wrong takes 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%)) 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%))
Wrong passes 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%)) 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%))
Error rate (total) -0.000 ( -0.000%) -0.000 ( -0.000%)
Error rate (per cube decision) -0.000 ( -0.000% ) -0.000 ( -0.000% )
Cube decision rating Supernatural Supernatural
|Cube action equity|
|0-Ply ||Equities: Money 0.588 |
| || 0.4% 24.2% 70.3% 29.7% 6.2% 0.1% |
| Match win probabilities:|
|No Double ||Double/Take ||Double/Drop||54.37%||55.11%||55.20%|
|Cube action: Double, take|
Re: [Bug-gnubg] HTML Export, Joern Thyssen, 2003/07/26
- [Bug-gnubg] HTML Export,
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