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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Analysis/Skill thresholds question

From: Nardy Pillards
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Analysis/Skill thresholds question
Date: Sun, 09 Nov 2003 01:07:55 +0100

On 8 Nov 2003 at 17:02, Nathaniel Gibson wrote:

> I'm using build 11/04/03 on a WinXP Home system.
> I remember that in previous versions, the 'Very Good' threshold was
> set to '0.04' and the Good to '0.02'. In this build, they are both set
> to '1.00'. When I attempt to change them to what I thought were the
> correct values, and click enter, I go back into the Analysis window
> and they change back to '1.00'. Bug, or did something change with how
> this setting works, and if so, what?
> Thanks in advance,
> Nathaniel Gibson
> address@hidden

There were a couple of builds where Joseph introduced 'good'.
But the threshold for Good and Very Good isn't used at the time 

These are:
(from the default .gnubgautorc)

set analysis threshold bad 0.080
set analysis threshold doubtful 0.040
set analysis threshold lucky 0.300
set analysis threshold unlucky 0.300
set analysis threshold verybad 0.160
set analysis threshold verylucky 0.600
set analysis threshold veryunlucky 0.600

And those can be changed if you like, and kept with:
Settings / Save Settings
(change: Settings Analysis)

Louis Nardy Pillards

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