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  1. Standard member celticcountry
    Copyright ©2001-2006
    08 Dec '05 18:03
    chesslab.com

    it looks like it can analize past games. i tried one of my past games. but couldnt seem to get it analized.

    anyone familiar with the site?
  2. Standard member XanthosNZ
    Cancerous Bus Crash
    08 Dec '05 18:38
    analysed.
  3. 08 Dec '05 18:41
    Originally posted by XanthosNZ
    analysed.
    Oh, I don't know. There are plenty of sites for people who want to be anal-ised.
  4. Standard member Weadley
    NONE
    08 Dec '05 18:54
    Chess lab will not read RHP notation.

    Cut and paste the notation then remove all the "from" squares and you will be fine.

    You "could" create a text record of the moves in your notes and leave out the "from" squares and add as the game goes along.

    DO NOT CLICK THE ANALYZE POSITION BUTTON~!
  5. 08 Dec '05 18:54
    Originally posted by dottewell
    ...There are plenty of sites for people who want to be anal-ised.
    Ouch!
  6. Standard member celticcountry
    Copyright ©2001-2006
    08 Dec '05 19:12
    Originally posted by Weadley
    Chess lab will not read RHP notation.

    Cut and paste the notation then remove all the "from" squares and you will be fine.

    You "could" create a text record of the moves in your notes and leave out the "from" squares and add as the game goes along.

    DO NOT CLICK THE ANALYZE POSITION BUTTON~!
    thanks for the help.

    I was hoping to analize past games. not current.

    I dont want to be cheating.

    Ill give the cut and paste a go tho
  7. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    08 Dec '05 22:00
    You said it again
  8. Standard member Ragnorak
    For RHP addons...
    08 Dec '05 22:13
    Originally posted by Weadley
    Chess lab will not read RHP notation.

    Cut and paste the notation then remove all the "from" squares and you will be fine.

    You "could" create a text record of the moves in your notes and leave out the "from" squares and add as the game goes along.

    DO NOT CLICK THE ANALYZE POSITION BUTTON~!
    Easier solution is to copy the game from RHP into Chesspad, then copy the game from Chesspad into chesslab.

    That middle step sorts out the notation.

    D
  9. Subscriber sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    09 Dec '05 01:53
    Originally posted by Oddjob291
    Ouch!
    Well jeez, you get to use vaseline....
  10. Standard member Weadley
    NONE
    09 Dec '05 20:36
    Is chesspad a free program?
    If so, cool thanks for the advice!