Originally posted by thaughbaer
not sure if this is possible already... often in the forums.. people post chess problems.. and when you reply you use hidden to avoid giving away the answer to those who don't want to see it yet. Maybe I'm being lazy but when you "unhide" moves it's difficult at least for me to visualize especially it it's 5 or 6 moves. Would it be possible to h ...[text shortened]... t hand side are either completely missing or better only appear as they are made ?
Consider getting a PGN viewer like Winboard or ChessPad. They are easy enough to find online with google.
You paste in the existing PGN, and type (or drag the pieces, typing is easier I feel) the solution moves and there you go... you are able to view the solution.
They are also great for toying around to FIND the solution on your own. Sounds like you're just viewing the PGN at RHP, and from there reading moves without a viewer.
These tools are also great for book study, since you can load up a position or opening and toy around all you like with it. You can even save them or post them to RHP for others to enjoy.