I fear you need to write a little manual later too ;-)
phhnguyen wrote: ↑Fri Nov 22, 2019 1:48 am
To close the current tab, just click on the item "Close tab" in File menu or press Control-W
There are few ways to view tournament playing games
1) Use the way you knew: double click on playing games in Tournament dock. It is not auto but you do in purpose and don't have to see games you don't want
2) Select "Open" (for opening games) or "Open & View" (for opening and set focus to new playing games) from the drop-down box right under button start/resume. BSG will auto open to view all playing games in the tournament. That may be a bad idea if your concurrency number is large (it may open too many games)
3) Open dialog Playing games (by selecting from menu Windows or from main bar click on the button next to one for creating tournament). The good is that you can see multi games on one screen and you may limit the number. It may highlight games when their scores exceeded a threshold (games winning/losing).