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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Question: Re "Panel build" - Annotation/Hint window para

From: Jim Segrave
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Question: Re "Panel build" - Annotation/Hint window parameters
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 18:03:46 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.4.1i

On Fri 14 Nov 2003 (16:35 +0000), Jon Kinsey wrote:
> At 16:16 14/11/2003, olivier croisille wrote:
> >I know the programmers are having a hard time to include those parameters. 
> >But I have to confess I'm as impatient as can be to have them back. For 
> >now, I simply cannot use the new Panel version for analyzing my matches, 
> >as so often the reason behind a move being better lies in the W%, G% or 
> >even more in the LG%. And I know of quite a lot of people that use the 
> >'old' version for the very same reason.
> >
> >Any insight to when the parameters can be displayed again?
> The problem is working out a way to show them in the panel.  The obvious 
> solution of showing each move on two lines isn't possible with the gtk list 
> used.
> One option is to display all the columns (like the non-panel build), and 
> add a scroll bar to see both halves.  I like the idea of being able to vary 
> the size of the panels too.

Actually, I find it quite annoying when the window changes size. The
worst case being when stepping through a match so that a change in
size moves your mouse pointer from the previous error to the next
error button and back, leaving you in a loop. (By preference I use the
separate windows version, but I like to run the panel version as well
to check that things are the same)

> Another option is to show all the moves+details in a separate window when 
> the "details" button is clicked.

This would be a much better option, in my opinion.

Jim Segrave           address@hidden

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