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RE: [Bug-gnubg] Colour moves depending on equity?

From: Jonathan Kinsey
Subject: RE: [Bug-gnubg] Colour moves depending on equity?
Date: Thu, 01 Sep 2005 09:40:06 +0000

From: "Øystein O. Johansen" <address@hidden>

> Not sure how useful it might be and also not
> sure how to highlight the chosen move...

Not sure hove useful it is....

> Anyone think it's worth adding an option to do this?

Is it possible to add a little square to each move and color this square. This can be implemented as it looks like a temperature gradient. Could that be cool? Is it space left to do something like this?

That was my first thought (it was just easier to do what I did). In theory there's no limit to what can be done:

I could colour the background behind the move number (top left of each move) with a gradient from white -> red (for example) where it gets redder the closer the difference is to a blunder.

Another option could be just to make a thicker line to divide the candidates from the errors and a new thicker line to divide the errors from the blunders.

This is less possible - the tree control draws the borders to the cells, the code I've written draws everything inside each cell (move).


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