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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Bug? - Can't start new game when options set to not sta
Re: [Bug-gnubg] Bug? - Can't start new game when options set to not start new games immediately and not roll dice automatically
Sun, 25 Jan 2009 11:02:02 +0100
This doesn't work satisfactory, I'll make a small change to make it smoother.
On Sat, Jan 24, 2009 at 11:13 PM, Doug Taylor <address@hidden> wrote:
> Please forgive me if this is not a bug, but due to "operator error" -- I've
> really tried to find a way around this, but am completely stymied.
> I play using the GUI version of the latest Windows build (20090105). If I
> set the options to *not* start new games immediately and *not* roll the dice
> automatically, then I can't seem to get a new game started. I click on New
> in the tool bar and the "New" dialog box is displayed. I have it configured
> to start a new 5 point match by default. I click OK. The following message
> is displayed at the bottom of the screen: "A new 5 point match has been
> started." So far, everything is proceeding as expected. However, this is
> where I run into the problem. If I click on the area on the board that
> causes the dice to be rolled - nothing happens. No matter where I click on
> the board nothing happens. If I use the keyboard command to roll the dice
> (ctrl+r), the following message is displayed: "No game in progress (type
> 'new game' to start one)." If I type "new game," as soon as I reach the "w"
> in "new," the "New" dialog box pops up again. I then click OK to start a new
> 5 point match, but once again I can't roll the dice. I'm stuck in a loop and
> can't seem to get going with a game. On the other hand, if I change the
> options so that "start new games automatically" and "roll the dice
> automatically" are both selected, then everything proceeds automatically as
> expected. However, I would like to start games manually and roll the dice by
> clicking. I've read the documentation carefully. Am I missing something
> obvious? That would be embarrassing! I hope someone can help. Thanks and
> best regards to the gnubg developers!
> I really enjoy playing gnu backgammon and appreciate all the work that's
> gone into it. Fantastic program!
> -- Doug
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