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- - By Nocturno Date 2019-12-26 12:13
Hi everyone, this is my first post.
I have two questions:
1. How can I add moves to IDeA tree without creating too many tasks? It adds task after every single move (position). If I can't, how do I select tasks I want to remove instead of manually deleting one by one?
2. How can I open the whole IDeA aqt tree so I can see all the variations entered. I know it's possible to click moves so they are shown in notation, but I want to see all of them.
Parent - - By mattchess (**) Date 2019-12-26 17:49 Upvotes 1
I'm not sure I understand your question - but one thing you can do is set up tree operations in sandbox mode (use the small setup icon in Sandbox--->Tree---> on the Operations window).  I have mine set up to use my IDEA master tree as Tree 1.  So now if you make a candidate move in sandbox and click Tree 1, it will put the best line(s) from tree 1 (IDEA) into the notation window so you can see the lines that resulted in the IDEA evaluation.  I use this all the time to use IA to explore positions of interest more deeply and then feed that analysis back to an IDEA project.  I think it improves understanding of the position and the quality of analysis.
Parent - By Ghengis-Kann (***) Date 2019-12-26 17:59 Upvotes 1
You can limit the number of tasks to only the ones you specify by manually entering or pasting in the moves then using the analyze all positions button that looks like 4 red thumbtacks.

If you paste in positions to a currently running project use "join", in order to avoid wiping out the current state of things. (you will understand what I mean by that when you overwrite instead).

By seeing the whole IDEA tree at once I'm assuming you mean to display all of the analyzed positions in the notation window.
This is not an option, and would very quickly become useless if it was because a typical project runs from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of analyzed positions.
Parent - By Uwak (***) Date 2019-12-28 21:02 Upvotes 1
If you don't want Aquarium to add too many tasks, try switching off the IDeA automatic tree expansion. You can then add the tasks yourself.
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