The problem is there is no possibility of obtaining original fens.
The solution to ease my work, has been to create something like an OCR of image positions, which at this specific case is working very well.
Only three concepts are handled : mark, deduce, and learn.
First, mark the board, the next step is to deduce, if there are errors the user corrects them manually and asked the program to learn from them. At the beginning there are quite a few errors, but less and less.
To mark the Board a transparent window is launched that occupies the desk and lets see the PDF and select a position. It is selected with the mouse by dragging a corner to the other, and it is fitted with the arrow keys.
At the end the Enter key is pressed to accept the selected and continue in the program window. On the following occasions, just a click to make a selection like the previous time, which saves work.
To work with various configurations of board, a name is associated with the positions of pieces learned.
When in selecting window, the opacity can be increased/decreased with + and - keys.
|Then key Enter to acept the selection|
There are more news:
- Database games, now transpositions are included in statistics, and result file is enormeous.
- Engines: gambitfruit+deepchess included
- Lucas-elo: added all engines and changed elo to try to be more human.
- Save to PGN in Utilities, added labels edition