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  1. 21 Sep '08 23:55 / 1 edit
    Is there a setting where I can get RHP to express my game moves in terms of Algebraic notation?

    For instance if I play a blitz game and want to save it as a file, under the "export" menu, the copy to clipboard as .pgn option saves it as non-algebraic notation (e.g. d2-d4 instead of just d4).

    In regular postal games, the "game history" shows it as algebraic notation which can be used by other programs. Is there anything like this for the blitz microsite?

    (On edit): Clicking the "info" button when looking at a postal game leads to a .pgn file that is in algebraic notation also.
  2. 22 Sep '08 19:18
    Originally posted by Zwabu
    Is there a setting where I can get RHP to express my game moves in terms of Algebraic notation?

    For instance if I play a blitz game and want to save it as a file, under the "export" menu, the copy to clipboard as .pgn option saves it as non-algebraic notation (e.g. d2-d4 instead of just d4).

    In regular postal games, the "game history" shows it as algebra ...[text shortened]... ton when looking at a postal game leads to a .pgn file that is in algebraic notation also.
    The PGNs and FENs that get generated work fine for me when pasting into WinBoard or Chesspad.

    But, no - there is no setting to change how the site notes the games.


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