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

From: Jon Kinsey
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Feature Request: Training HINT
Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2006 09:04:22 +0100
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Jim Segrave wrote:
> If you don't have some method of confirming that the user has seen the
> message, such as the proposal to have a short message on the status
> bar, then as soon as you commit to rolling the dice, the status bar
> displays your roll, overwriting the cube analysis.

It's possible to put the message somewhere else - in a panel/window for

I think the idea has some merit - the tutor mode tells you when you make
a mistake, so is useful in a "play and learn when you make errors" kind
of way.  I think you could have a more continuous tutor - which
constantly gives you feedback, so before you roll a message could tell
you the proper cube action and before you finish a move, whether it's a
good move or not.

It might be a good learning tool - giving you a constant idea of the
match.  It would be easy to add options to show equities in the message
and to use a button to hide the advice until you press it maybe?


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