Scid vs. PC 4.11

A usability and bugfix fork of Scid, a powerful chess toolkit with an extensive database
Scid vs. PC is an open source graphical software written in Tcl/Tk, a fork of the Scid (Shane's Chess Information Database) project, with a focus on usability and bugfixing.

Whem compared with Scid, this project features computer tournaments, rewritten Gamelist widget, which includes the Database Switcher, improved FICs and computer game features, clickable variation arrows, paste variation functionality, improved redo and undo, tri-coloured tree bar-graphs displayed in statistics.

Scid vs. PC also features book tuning remove move function, hideable separate board sections, a revamped Button Bar, clickable tablebase moves, restructured analysis engines, as well as countless bugfixes.

last updated on:
November 29th, 2013, 9:42 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Steven Atkinson and Shane Hudson
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Games \ TBS

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What's New in version 4.10
  • When sorting databases, don't reset filter and remember current game/gamestate
  • Game history menu
  • Implement (and bugfix) SCID's more comprehensive NAG framework
  • Change a couple of field orders in the gamelist, remember field widths, and remove the icon context menus from the switcher (middle click now toggles show/hide the database icons)
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