I agree with Ian,
On Jan 7, 2011, at 4:10 AM, Ian Shaw wrote:
To the developers,
This is a very common mistake, caused because most
Windows programs retain the settings when OK is pressed. I don't know the
default behaviour on Linux or Macs, but I think gnubg would be more user
friendly if it saved settings by default.
Maybe there ought to be some discussion about which
settings are saved and which are not. E.g. Player names?
I thought pressing OK would do the
job, thus forgot about "Save settings";
however, everything is just fine
Thanking you very much for your prompt
Am 06.01.2011 19:10, schrieb Ian Shaw:
The commonest cause of this problem is that you have
forgotten to save the settings after making changes.
Use the Settings... Save Settings option after you make
If this is not the cause, then you may have a genuine
problem with your installation.
In Windows, the settings are stored in Documents and
You could look at these with a text editor to see what
should be stored.
Failing that, I'm sure one of the developers will
respond with more ideas.
my installation (Version GNU Backgammon 0.90-mingw
20101215) does not maintain (i.e. looses) some personalyzed individual
settings when/after closed down and restarted...
Is this a known bug or
rather some mistake on my part?
PS: I like GNU
Backgammon very much, it´s really
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