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Re: new tricks for an old dog: pgn4web chessboards for phpbb

Post by JuLieN » Fri Dec 28, 2012 11:31 pm

Adam Hair wrote:
carldaman wrote:Amazing tool and brilliant game to showcase it. :D The whole attacking/sac sequence and converting the material imbalance was supremely well executed. Then 65...Be6!! was the final killer shot. beautiful game.

The forum has just gotten much better! 8-)
Thanks for bringing this holiday gift to us.

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As a minor member of team Gaviota, I thank you, Carl, for your compliment regarding Gaviota's play. I am sure that the talent behind Gaviota, Miguel, appreciates your words very much also.

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I've been told that Miguel prints those compliments and pins them on his fridge. Rumors? ;)
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Re: new tricks for an old dog: pgn4web chessboards for phpbb

Post by Adam Hair » Sat Dec 29, 2012 12:01 am

JuLieN wrote:
Adam Hair wrote:
carldaman wrote:Amazing tool and brilliant game to showcase it. :D The whole attacking/sac sequence and converting the material imbalance was supremely well executed. Then 65...Be6!! was the final killer shot. beautiful game.

The forum has just gotten much better! 8-)
Thanks for bringing this holiday gift to us.

Regards,
CL
As a minor member of team Gaviota, I thank you, Carl, for your compliment regarding Gaviota's play. I am sure that the talent behind Gaviota, Miguel, appreciates your words very much also.

Adam
I've been told that Miguel prints those compliments and pins them on his fridge. Rumors? ;)
He bought a second fridge in case this becomes a trend :wink:

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Re: new tricks for an old dog: pgn4web chessboards for phpbb

Post by michiguel » Sat Dec 29, 2012 12:18 am

Adam Hair wrote:
JuLieN wrote:
Adam Hair wrote:
carldaman wrote:Amazing tool and brilliant game to showcase it. :D The whole attacking/sac sequence and converting the material imbalance was supremely well executed. Then 65...Be6!! was the final killer shot. beautiful game.

The forum has just gotten much better! 8-)
Thanks for bringing this holiday gift to us.

Regards,
CL
As a minor member of team Gaviota, I thank you, Carl, for your compliment regarding Gaviota's play. I am sure that the talent behind Gaviota, Miguel, appreciates your words very much also.

Adam
I've been told that Miguel prints those compliments and pins them on his fridge. Rumors? ;)
He bought a second fridge in case this becomes a trend :wink:
That is right!
I have been accumulating a collection of Gaviota compliments for a decade. If my count is correct, this must be the third one (counting one from my mom).

Miguel
PS: Thanks Carl :-)

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Re: new tricks for an old dog: pgn4web chessboards for phpbb

Post by ZirconiumX » Sat Dec 29, 2012 10:48 am

Well, the good news is that somebody implemented it (use the underline button for the pgn tags).

The bad news is you can't underline using that button any more.

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Re: new tricks for an old dog: pgn4web chessboards for phpbb

Post by Sam Hull » Sat Dec 29, 2012 5:38 pm

ZirconiumX wrote:Well, the good news is that somebody implemented it (use the underline button for the pgn tags).

The bad news is you can't underline using that button any more.
Thanks for the heads-up. Fixed.

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Re: new tricks for an old dog: pgn4web chessboards for phpbb

Post by Javier Ros » Sat Dec 29, 2012 8:36 pm

Is it compatible with Google sites?

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Re: new tricks for an old dog: pgn4web chessboards for phpbb

Post by Adam Hair » Sat Dec 29, 2012 8:53 pm

Javier Ros wrote:Is it compatible with Google sites?
It works with Blogger.

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Re: new tricks for an old dog: pgn4web chessboards for phpbb

Post by kranium » Tue Jan 01, 2013 1:16 am

highly recommended!

pgn4web is quite easy to use...

i suggest: use an autoftp program that can detect changes in a directory or pgn file and upload it to your web space

it's not truly a 'live' chess tournament broadcast, but comes close
(it can simulate live play)

i played with it, had some fun, and was able to create a 'live brodcast' web page fairly easily

http://www.chesslogik.com/pgn4web-2.65/lcet.html

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Re: new tricks for an old dog: pgn4web chessboards for phpbb

Post by Sam Hull » Wed Jan 02, 2013 2:22 pm

For those who might have missed this over the holidays ...

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