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Re: [Bug-gnubg] wrong dice colours in html export and below board in GUI

From: Jim Segrave
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] wrong dice colours in html export and below board in GUI
Date: Thu, 4 Dec 2003 23:28:33 +0100
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On Thu 04 Dec 2003 (16:12 +0100), ?ystein Johansen wrote:
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> Jim Segrave wrote:
> |>No-one interested in different size exported html images?  I think it
> looks
> |>cool but no point adding it if it's never used...
> |>As the images are compressed (.png files), the bigger images don't take
> |>much extra disc space.  E.g a size 10 board takes a bit less than double
> |>the space of the standard size 4 board.
> |
> | What would be wonderful, but quite possibly impractical, would be to
> | get all of the board display to be caclulated from a small set of
> | paramters, prefereably chequer size, die size, and extra space between
> | points, because we could then move to dynamically choosing the board
> | layout - you wouldn't be restricted to multiples of a single unit
> | board.
> |
> | This might allow keeping the board size optimum for the current window
> | size (at the cost of perhaps changing the border widths or bar width).
> |
> What about a SVG based board?

It sounds interesting but would it be very hard to implement when
including the hot spots on the board and such? I admit that my
knowledge of graphics is less than complete, I grew up in  an age when
ascii graphics were all anyone had.

Jim Segrave           address@hidden

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