Originally posted by atticus2
I'm not quite sure what to call the facility I have in mind - pre-move will do for now.
When I have lots of games in progress, I like to do some analysis on several, then determine likely moves in each. But in complex games against high-ranking opponents, I like to sleep on the move, literally. The trouble is, often I forget what it was I'd had in e sending.
...unless of course such a facility already exists which I've not noticed
I don't think this idea is dead.
Perhaps allow saving variations on the "Analyze Board" function, so
they can be saved to the notebook...this way you don't have to retro
all your moves back and type them up.
This would make this function much easier to use. A simple "Save
Variation" would be great...especially posted in notebook, so you could
type after the variation what you were thinking through it.
Furthermore, if game annotations becomes a reality, then saving the
notebook for annotations would become easier. Suddenly the analysis
board becomes a powerful tool, rather than a usable tool.