Anybody have any information on this feature.
>Classes, folders and styles – these allow the following information to be recorded as annotations: i) Standard classes provide a simple method to categorize a move or a position. ii) Folders are part of so-called classifiers that provide some very powerful functionality for classification of games and positions. iii) Move styles are similar to styles in Microsoft Word and other word processing programs. You can use different colors and font properties to draw attention to certain moves. The name of the style indicates its purpose. Since you can search for styles they can, for instance, be used to bookmark games or positions that you want to revisit.
>Classifiers allow you to organize your chess data into nested folders in a similar way as you organize your hard disk into folders. Each folder in a classifier can contain: Icon. The icon serves as a reminder for the data contained in the folder. Text. A text description of the folder. Position. This could for instance be a critical position from an opening. Any search criteria, which allows games to be automatically classified with just a mouse click. This is of course a very powerful feature. An example is a classifier for endgames (pawn endgames, rook endgames etc.). Whenever you update your database, all you need to do is refresh the search in order to classify the endgames that occur in the new games. A list of games. Games can be included in the list either manually or automatically based on a search criteria. Chess tree. You can store chess trees in a classifier folder. This could for instance be detailed analysis results for an opening variation, while only the most important variations are shown in a game annotation. Another classifier, allowing practically unlimited flexibility in the structure of classifiers. Multimedia information: images, audio and video.
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