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Old August 12th 03, 12:15 PM
Ari Makela
 
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The idea would be to get this information real time as we play, not have to
look it up later. Any leads to a program that can do this?


In FICS there's command eco which makes exactly what you want.

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Old August 12th 03, 06:55 PM
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On 12 Aug 2003 11:15:41 GMT, Ari Makela
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In article , Tiger88 wrote:

The idea would be to get this information real time as we play, not have to
look it up later. Any leads to a program that can do this?


In FICS there's command eco which makes exactly what you want.

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Ari Makela http://arska.org/hauva/

"Deux fous gagnent toujours, mais trois fous, non!" - Alexander Alekhine


The program ECOclass downloadable at http://pgn.freeservers.com/ will
also give the ECO code and the full variation name for games in PGN.

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Old August 13th 03, 03:39 AM
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On 12 Aug 2003 11:15:41 GMT, Ari Makela wrote:

In article , Tiger88 wrote:

The idea would be to get this information real time as we play, not have to
look it up later. Any leads to a program that can do this?


In FICS there's command eco which makes exactly what you want.


Thanks Ari, that's pretty much what I was looking for. It would be better
if I didn't have to enter eco after every move and I'd like to see the
descriptions for both sides, but still, not bad...
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