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Kevin Pacey wrote on 2016-12-12 UTC

In case you missed it Fergus, the setup diagram in my preset for Carrousel Chess is now (and was before your last post) looking like the setup diagram on my Introductory page for it, thanks to Game Courier preset diagramming that I did. If that's not turning out to be acceptable, I don't know how to do what you suggested with your last post, as bad as that sounds. in that at the least I don't know where/how to access my membersgraphics directory (or alternatively, what is cropping, assuming I may have a graphics program somewhere?; I've also never tried to upload to CVP).

I regret I didn't save the setup diagram that I originally had for the preset here, with reflecting bishops & squirrels, and I'm slightly depressed about the idea of redoing that, not to mention the idea of waving goodbye to the effort of making the current preset diagram as well.

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