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  1. 05 Dec '09 12:16
    on conditional move it only moves the king in castling not the rook of my opponent, where as it fully castles my move, i carnt figure it out.
  2. 05 Dec '09 19:51 / 1 edit
    >on conditional move it only moves the king in castling not the rook of my >opponent, where as it fully castles my move, i carnt figure it out.

    You are trying to set up this:
    "If my opponent castles, then so do I"?

    Did you move both King and Rook for your opponent's move and click "submit"? King first and 2 squares?
  3. 08 Dec '09 11:48
    Originally posted by MontyMoose
    >on conditional move it only moves the king in castling not the rook of my >opponent, where as it fully castles my move, i carnt figure it out.

    You are trying to set up this:
    "If my opponent castles, then so do I"?

    Did you move both King and Rook for your opponent's move and click "submit"? King first and 2 squares?
    yes, if i move my king it automaticly moves the rook. this does not aply when moving my opponents king. and im not saying if they castle i do its if i think my opponent castles i try to conditional move it accepts the king moving two square but refuses to move rook