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[Bug-gnubg] Re: suggestion

From: Achim Mueller
Subject: [Bug-gnubg] Re: suggestion
Date: 31 Jul 2003 22:26:44 +0200

Am Don, 2003-07-31 um 17.38 schrieb Thomas Balslev:
> Dear GnuBg team,
> First I want to express my sincere gratefulness and appreciation for the 
> GnuBg project and your work !  I have the deepest respect for your 
> choice of the open source initiative, and your work is excellent, highly 
> cherished and appreciated !!
> Having said that, I would like to add a suggestion to a future build of 
> GnuBg. Besides using GnuBg for analysis, I find it extremely useful as 
> an opponent with the 'tutor' mode turned on, as a way to improve my 
> game. In this context, I would love to be able to add a box within the 
> main game window, showing the ratings of every play (output from 'hint' 
> when the tutor intervenes).....so that I would be able to see every move 
> rating and alternatives, and set the 'tutor' only to intervene when my 
> plays are rated under a certain (optional) threshold.

Isn't it enough to press [ctrl]+h for hint?

> Additionally, I would take a keen interest in seeing additional features 
> that would help average players (such as myself) improve their game. 
>  From the top of my head, I imagine the ability to import games with 
> comments (eg. world champ matches) could be a nifty feature. That way, 
> GnuBg could not only be used to learn from others (I know that matches 
> can currently be imported, but I miss comments). Also, maybe GnuBg could 
> have a function to make a 'trial/error' usersession based on the 
> imported game, where the user tries to predict the recorded players next 

You can drag the game record window to a very minimized form (that you
only see the navigation bar. Then you go to the first game, press the
green arrow, see the dice and move for yourself. When you press the
green arrow again, the opponents dice will be shown as long as your
moves are right. If your move differs from the game, gnubg will set up
the correct move. Not very comfortable, but for now it works.

> play (again, here it would be great to see differences between own 
> suggestions and the actual played move in real time) ?

> Kind Regards,
> Thomas Balslev
> Copenhagen, Denmark
> Danish Backgammon Federation Member no. 777


Achim (dbgf 6662)

achim mueller, anne-frank-str. 25, D-48431 rheine
+49 (0)5971 83767, +49 (0)163 8458340
pgp/gnupg key: 1024D/5DF3A722 (wwwkeys.de.pgp.net)

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