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David Short wrote on 2003-12-24 UTC
Tony, I don't need to send you anything. Just download 
schizophrenic.zip yourself from

http://www.chessvariants.com/large.dir/contest84/schizophrenic.html

From there, I'd use the same graphics from inside that zip file
which are used to represent the teleporter, Left Schizzy, Right Schizzy,
Bobber, Squire and Crowned Knight. 

Re-name the .zrf file as a .txt or .doc file and open it with any
document reading program and this will display the contents of the
.zrf in word form. You can then scroll down to find the exact 
graphic that was designated for each piece. You can get the graphics
out of the Images folder when you unzip the zip file on to your hard
drive.

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