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Zlatko Batinić


Dec 1, 2010, 9:24:58 AM
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PostPosted: Apr 24, 2013, 12:15:55 AM    Language: Unknown language  Reply with quote

Yes, it looks better now... with still some space for furthert improvement. No problems so far either.

When you will have some spare time, and if it is not too complicated, try to manage to open the board page at position where board and moves list are visible (with top of the board at the top of the page). Otherwise I do the same manualy myself everytime I open the game, I'm not lazy, but so far I did the same some 5000 times and I'm player with rather small number of games. Thanks! Mr. Green
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Čedomir Igaly


Dec 23, 2007, 7:45:54 PM
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PostPosted: Apr 23, 2013, 12:02:31 AM    Language: ${postrow.postLanguage}  Reply with quote

Try now!

Please let me know if this is workign better .. or if there are some problems.
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Zlatko Batinić


Dec 1, 2010, 9:24:58 AM
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PostPosted: Apr 21, 2013, 9:49:46 AM    Language: ${postrow.postLanguage}    Post subject: Suggestion for game layout improvement Reply with quote

I have one suggestion for game layout improvement:

To see situation at the board for some of previous moves (to go "back in time" in the game), one have to click to desired move in the list of moves and than to click subsequently to next moves in order to see the progress of the game.

To do it, one have to zoom out until both board and the list of moves is visible. Since list of moves is at the bottom of the screen, one (or at least me) have to zoom out in a way that makes the board small to follow (I'm using 17" screen).

I suggest to move list of moves in the vicinity of the board to avoid a.m. problem. Also, play buttons (play, stop, forward, backwards) would be welcome, but I don't know how much work it takes. I hope I made it clear, if not here is a link, just to get an idea what I'm talking about: http://toernooibase.kndb.nl/opvraag/applet.php?taal=1&kl=23&Id=2995&r=7&jr=13&wed=646708&view=


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