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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Analysis Pane display bug

From: Christian Anthon
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Analysis Pane display bug
Date: Sat, 5 Sep 2009 14:12:12 +0200



On Sat, Sep 5, 2009 at 3:34 AM, Michael Petch<address@hidden> wrote:
> Chris Yep and I spent a bit of time last night on this one (I appreciate his
> time on this). Attached is a sample MAT file. Import it into GnuBG. Set your
> analysis options to expert/expert (Although other levels will likely show
> same thing). Now click move 61:bar/18 in the move list. Click on Analyse
> menu/Analyse move.  Look in the analysis pane. You should see 3 candidate
> moves. Often the users selection loses its highlight, as well the moves are
> listed as 1,2,-1 (Not 1,2,3). If you click on another move and then go back
> to this analysed move the output is correct (And the highlight appears).
> After some discovery I have found you can pretty much reproduce this bug on
> many positions where the user makes the worst move possible (And falls at
> the bottom of the list) and then you do an analysis. Sometimes what will
> happen is that when analysed the worst move will be sorted improperly and
> the move appears in the analysis pane out of order (but with the correct
> equities).
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