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bug #25113: Choppy display when using the "end game" button

Submitted by:  Philippe Michel <plm>
Submitted on:  Wed 17 Dec 2008 03:02:17 PM UTC  
 
Originator Name: Philippe MichelItem Group: Feature Request
Category: Graphical User InterfaceRelease: 0.90-devel
Privacy: PublicOperating System: FreeBSD
OS Type: NoneProcessor Type: None
Severity: 3 - NormalOpen/Closed: Open
Assigned to: NonePriority: 5 - Normal
Status: Wish

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Tue 23 Dec 2008 04:15:23 PM UTC, comment #1:

What you are asking for is a button that does something else, right now it is just meant to finish the game as quickly as possible. For example it plays at 0-ply, and doesn't update the display at all when using 2D graphics.

Christian Anthon <c_anthon>
Project Administrator
Wed 17 Dec 2008 03:02:17 PM UTC, original submission:

When using the "end game" button, the board is not refreshed for every move but only about once per second, so only one or two intermediate positions are displayed.

I think it would be useful to be able to play out a position using the "end game" button, reload it, replay it, etc... and glimpse at how the play develops, primes crash, difficult to clear points get hit, these kind of things.

For that, at a minimum the display should be refreshed for each move and maybe fast machines would need some kind of tunable delay for each move.

Philippe Michel <plm>
Project Member

 

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