1. Standard memberMrJohn
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    25 Aug '07 14:00
    Hey Russ! :-)

    On your Analysis Board's "Manipulate Pieces" pop up (reached by right clicking a square), you let us toggle the color of a piece.

    How about also giving us an option to shade the square red or gray or even, like you do on the game board to indicate moves, light green and dark green? This would be a big aid to analysis and pretty easy to add, I'd think.

    Thanks!

    John :-)
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    25 Aug '07 14:51
    Originally posted by MrJohn
    Hey Russ! :-)

    On your Analysis Board's "Manipulate Pieces" pop up (reached by right clicking a square), you let us toggle the color of a piece.

    How about also giving us an option to shade the square red or gray or even, like you do on the game board to indicate moves, light green and dark green? This would be a big aid to analysis and pretty easy to add, I'd think.

    Thanks!

    John :-)
    I like that idea, I'll send feedback now. 😉
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    25 Aug '07 22:53
    Originally posted by MrJohn
    Hey Russ! :-)

    On your Analysis Board's "Manipulate Pieces" pop up (reached by right clicking a square), you let us toggle the color of a piece.

    How about also giving us an option to shade the square red or gray or even, like you do on the game board to indicate moves, light green and dark green? This would be a big aid to analysis and pretty easy to add, I'd think.

    Thanks!

    John :-)
    Good idea. Most of my notes are regarding key squares, or key pieces. It'd be great if we could choose from 3-4 colours, so say I could mark my knight red and a certain square which the knight could be dangerous on red.

    Of course, for it to be usefull to me, the coloured squares would have to be remembered,

    D
  4. Standard memberMrJohn
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    26 Aug '07 00:201 edit
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    Of course, for it to be usefull to me, the coloured squares would have to be remembered,
    D[/b]
    Oh! Good point!!

    Well, gee, Russ remembers our game board for us. Why not remember our analysis board as well?

    It would sure make the analysis board more useful!

    Whaddaya say, Russ?

    :-)
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