Originally posted by mastronardifIf you use firefox. go here... http://www.omacmv.com/gmscripts/rhpplaythroughhistory.user.js
This may have been said b4.
Can you add PLAY & SPEED buttons to the Game history.
So one does not have to keep hitting click next/back. This way we can watch the games.
You can have a slider for playback speed and a pause kinda like the old aVCR's.
Originally posted by Wayne1324Excellent, could you include Timeforchess as well, and also the Board History page?
If you use firefox. go here... http://www.omacmv.com/gmscripts/rhpplaythroughhistory.user.js
This script will add a "Play Through" link and a "Stop" link to the game history page. There's no slider yet but you can set the speed of it.
To set the speed, click on Tools->Manage User Scripts. Look for the RHP Play Through History script. Highlight it and ...[text shortened]... h the game up until the last move made. You can click on "Stop" anytime to stop it.
Originally posted by RagnorakShoot, I meant to include all four mirror sites before I posted it.
Excellent, could you include Timeforchess as well, and also the Board History page?
And it'd be great if you could play through the new lines in the analyse board screen.
Any chance of a back to start link, in the "Game Analysis" section of the Analyse Board screen.
Originally posted by Wayne1324Game History is at the top of the Game screen, in the grey bar.
Shoot, I meant to include all four mirror sites before I posted it.
There is a back to start arrow in the game history section of the analysis screen already. But I could put a back to start link in the analysis section if you want.
Maybe I'm just really new, but I'm not sure where the board history page is. I thought that was the analysis page.
A ...[text shortened]... so, I'm not sure what you mean by new lines. You mean variations that havent been played yet?
Originally posted by Ragnorakhttp://www.omacmv.com/gmscripts/rhpplaythroughhistory.user.js
Game History is at the top of the Game screen, in the grey bar.
Back to start in the Analysis section is what I meant.
The analysis section of the analyse board screen, allows you to explore variations, and then click forward and back through them. These haven't been played, but must be stored somewhere, seeing as the section remembers each position.