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[Bug-gnubg] Re: Tutor mode

From: Christian Anthon
Subject: [Bug-gnubg] Re: Tutor mode
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 22:46:40 +0200

I misunderstood you problem, but never mind that.

I do believe that the behaviour you describe is best. For example, the
size of the error might be different after the hint, and all it
requires from you is an extra mouse click on "play anyway". I'll
forward this to the list to see what other people think.


On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 7:52 PM, jorwill jorge <address@hidden> wrote:
> Dear Christian, I received a message from you about my request to fix the
> problem about tutoring mode: gnu makes two times the same evaluation. But
> the problem continue!
> Lets see if I can show to you the problem with a  real example, please open
> the file gnu and follow the steps below:
> 1 – I am on the bar and rolled 3-1. Lets intentionally make a bad move:
> Bar/22, 6/5.
> 2- Gnu displays: you may be about to make a bad play. Are you sure?
> 3- Evidently I will press: hint.
> 4- Gnu displays all best moves. I see the moves and press close.
> 5- Appear the dice 3-1. I press the dice 3-1 and gnu repeat the step 2, and
> again ask to me: you may be about to make a bad play. Are you sure?
> Now I think you saw the problem.
> Best regards,
>  Jorwill
> My original message - Submitted on: Fri Jan 23 05:23:37 2009:
> Hello,
> In tutor mode, detected a bad play, if you choose the option HINT, the
> program restarts the evaluation.
> I am a bad player, but I am a perfectionist person, and try study backgammon
> in a high level, then I was accustomed to predefine the evaluation in
> supreme
> or sometimes grandmaster, but it is a big trouble, because the program
> repeats
> the evaluations after all HINTS.
> After several interruptions, HINTS and restarts, precious time is wasted.
> Thanks for all your efforts.
> Jorwill

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