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Re: [Bug-gnubg] "Cannot move, cannot move", reloaded

From: Petr Kadlec
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] "Cannot move, cannot move", reloaded
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2005 16:40:21 +0100


> I never managed to recreate this problem - I'm sure I could solve it if 
> I could get it to go wrong...

I was trying to do that here at work, and the bug did not occur. Then, I 
recalled that someone mentioned in the bugtracker that this bug does not occur 
if the sounds are off (which I had), so I switched them on, and -- voila, the 
bug is here. So that I can confirm that switching the sound off seems to 
erradicate the bug (at least here, I did not check at home yet).

> I wonder if you could create the position just before you get it to 
> crash and save it.  Then try removing(renaming) your .gnubgautorc file 
> and see if it goes wrong with:
> 1. start gnubg and load position
> 2. get computer to play and hit something
> 3. click on dice "while dancing"
> If it goes wrong send me the position and I'll try it here.  (I'm sure I 
> set the board up correctly before, but it should be easier this way).

Yes, it does crash that way, try the attached file. Just remember that sounds 
must be enabled (i.e. it did not crash while I did not have soundcard installed 
in the computer).

-- Petr

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