This feature is present in Chess Assistant already, so we had only to transport in into Rybka GUI.
> The most simple one: in the start of analysis you can get the 'Select moves' dialog and determine which moves to analyse (not analyse).
That's next to useless if you're doing infinite analysis and changing the position all the time. Shredder uses
control + move = search these moves only
shift + move = exclude (or cancel exclusion),
which I think is nearly perfect. One idea is to extend the UCI protocol so that the engine could just remove root moves on the fly instead of having to restart searching every time the GUI sends the searchmoves command.
>control + move = search these moves only
>shift + move = exclude (or cancel exclusion)
You mean, on the board? and these moves are not added into the notation, just a directive for the engine?
> You mean, on the board?
Yes, it's just like making a normal move.
> and these moves are not added into the notation, just a directive for the engine?
Yes. The engine pane shows the list of included/excluded moves, whichever one is shorter.
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