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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Feature Request: Training HINT

From: Massimiliano . Maini
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Feature Request: Training HINT
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 09:12:20 +0200

>I love learning from GNU but often find the training window to be either
>in the way or, if docked, that it detracts from the beauty of a nice
>full-sized board.
>What I'd really like to see is a new item optionally added to the bottom
>information area that would simply say something like:
>Training: 1
>What I'm getting at is that with this tells me is that my current move
>is the number one move and thus, I don't need to bother checking. If it
>says "Training: 14" then I might want to bring up the Hint window to see
>what I did wrong and see how I might best correct it. What's more is
>that this gives me a minor hint without giving away anything else. It
>would get me to think about my move a bit more and let me figure out the
>better move. I could try yet another move and get "Training: 3" and know
>that I still haven't quite seen the best move, etc.

Isn't this done (more or less) by the "tutor mode" ? It warns you if
your move is doubtful/bad/very bad, then you can play on, rethink or
ask for a hint.


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