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Wayne Lowrance (2008-01-21)
Making a database of my Ficgs games
can this be done in the fritz format ? if not may I make this a suggestion for next up date Wayne
Thibault de Vassal (2008-01-21 05:18:05)
Hi Wayne, one possible way already (at least for finished games) : you may download the full ficgs chess database, then filter games played by you... anyway you're right, it could be a next update ;)
Garvin Gray (2008-01-21 08:02:03)
I have a database of my played and ongoing games in fritz. I just download each game after a few moves and add it to the database and then keep refreshing the game each time a move is made to keep the position and my analysis current.
Wayne Lowrance (2008-01-21 18:18:35)
Good thinking Garvin, I wish I had done this from the beginning. Too late for my entire ficgs games. I try what Thibault said, sounds very time consuming tho Wayne
Mladen Jankovic (2008-01-21 20:32:58)
Inport from pgn?
Why not simply click on the computer icon in my games, click on all games, where you get all your games in pgn, copy-paste all of the games to a plain pgn text file, and import from that.
This is just a guess that seems reasonable, as I do not own Fritz, however it should be supported the way I've described it.
Wayne Lowrance (2008-01-22 17:12:13)
Yes Mladen, I guess that will work for current games.....I have all current games in a Ficgs database I created. My problem is I do not have the entire database of my games. I tried Thibault's suggestion and it worked fine. Thank you Wayne
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