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  1. 21 Jan '06 19:08
    Im analyzing a few of my games, and I cant figure out how to save and load them without having to enter in the new position setup. Any ideas? Also, anyone know how to just cut in past the setups from RHP?
  2. Standard member wormwood
    If Theres Hell Below
    21 Jan '06 19:13 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by SovietPowerSupreme
    Im analyzing a few of my games, and I cant figure out how to save and load them without having to enter in the new position setup. Any ideas? Also, anyone know how to just cut in past the setups from RHP?
    it's hidden in the edit-menu. copy pgn into clipboard, then select from edit/paste/'paste game' or shortcut ctrl+v

    'save game', however, is in the file-menu.
  3. Standard member Freddie2008
    9 Edits
    21 Jan '06 19:30
    Originally posted by SovietPowerSupreme
    Im analyzing a few of my games, and I cant figure out how to save and load them without having to enter in the new position setup. Any ideas? Also, anyone know how to just cut in past the setups from RHP?
    You should not be analysing games you play at RHP while they are in progress. It is strictly against the rules.
  4. 21 Jan '06 19:31
    I know I ment after
  5. 21 Jan '06 19:42
    Originally posted by wormwood
    it's hidden in the edit-menu. copy pgn into clipboard, then select from edit/paste/'paste game' or shortcut ctrl+v

    'save game', however, is in the file-menu.
    You lost me on the copy to clipboard thing, I dont see a place in clipboard to paste the pgn code
  6. 21 Jan '06 20:17
    Take any game in Pgn format copy it and then open fritz.

    Press ctrl + N , which makes a new game
    then Press ctrl + v which pastes the game in

    then go to file-save and save it in a database.

    Here's a link which will show you how to do more stuff in fritz/chessbase. Both programs are about the same but chessbase has more features.

    http://www.chessbase.com/support/index.asp

    click on t-notes

    They discuss different features in them.