#46 Games whose position is [end] not selectable in Opening Tree

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nobody
Database (16)
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2013-07-22
2009-07-19
No

If a position exist in a database that happens in various games, and that corresponds to the final position ([end]) in N of those games but not in all of them, in Opening Tree it is not possible to select the N games ending with that position.

For instance, in a big database containing the Fischer-Spassky 0-1 that was forfeited at the starting position (2nd game of the match), Opening Tree correctly indicates that there is a game whose move at the starting position is [end], but when the user tries to click on that move it selects the first game available in Game List, not the Fischer-Spassky.

Discussion

  • Michal Rudolf

    Michal Rudolf - 2009-10-07

    Not a bug, but rather an expected behavior for current Opening Tree model. Suggestions how to allow searching for 'ended here' games without changing overall behavior of course welcomed

     
  • Michal Rudolf

    Michal Rudolf - 2009-10-07
    • status: open --> open-invalid
     
  • Bruno Rizzuti

    Bruno Rizzuti - 2009-10-08
    • labels: 836135 --> Database
    • priority: 5 --> 2
    • status: open-invalid --> open
     
  • Bruno Rizzuti

    Bruno Rizzuti - 2009-10-08

    Ok, not a bug if this is intended. Still, i would like to find a good solution so that also those games can be selected. I'll move this into a feature request with low priority.

     
  • Michal Rudolf

    Michal Rudolf - 2012-06-25
    • assigned_to: mrudolf --> hognose
     
  • Jens Nissen

    Jens Nissen - 2012-06-27
    • assigned_to: hognose --> nobody
     
  • Jens Nissen

    Jens Nissen - 2013-06-02
    • priority: 2 --> 3
     
  • Jens Nissen

    Jens Nissen - 2013-07-22
    • status: open --> closed
    • Group: --> None
     
  • Jens Nissen

    Jens Nissen - 2013-07-22

    Fixed in svn

     

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