[ Help | Earliest Comments | Latest Comments ][ List All Subjects of Discussion | Create New Subject of Discussion ][ List Latest Comments Only For Pages | Games | Rated Pages | Rated Games | Subjects of Discussion ]Comments/Ratings for a Single Item Later ⇩Reverse Order⇧ Earlier A A Royal and His Pet. Missing description[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]H. G. Muller wrote on 2021-05-12 UTC files=10 ranks=10 satellite=pet graphicsDir=/graphics.dir/alfaeriePNG/ promoZone=1 maxPromote=1 squareSize=50 graphicsType=png lightShade=#CCCC11 darkShade=#339933 rimColor=#111199 coordColor=#CCCC11 borders=0 firstRank=1 useMarkers=1 promoChoice=TMGNCA royal=8 royal=9 baring=0 extinction=0 symmetry=rotate pawn::::a3-j3 guard::FA:elephant:d2,g2 knight:N:::h2,i2 man::K:guard:b2,c2 tower::WD:warmachine:a2,j2 cannon::::a1,j1 archer::mBpcB:vao:d1,g1 rex::N:equesrex:f2 king::K::e2 a Royal and his Pet Ben Reiniger wrote on 2020-12-02 UTCI'd suggest different piece images for the tower and guard; especially FIDE pieces' images being used for different pieces is confusing. (Maybe the war machine and elephant?) I'm also curious how putting both Men (slower) on one side and both Knights (faster) on the other affects play. Zhedric Meneses wrote on 2020-12-02 UTCcan this be approved now? Zhedric Meneses wrote on 2020-11-21 UTCfixed H. G. Muller wrote on 2020-11-20 UTCFor some reason the Diagram does not recognize the keyword 'royal' in the line royal=8. (And as a consequence considers the Rex the only royal piece.) I suspect there is some unprintable character in front of it, like <tab> or <cr>, because when I copy-paste your diagram description from the Page Source to a page on my own computer, everything works fine. (The Diagram script does strip leading spaces.) Just delete that line, and retype it by hand, and it should work. H. G. Muller wrote on 2020-11-19 UTCNote that to make the Diagram play this according to your rules, you would have to specify additional parameters royal=8 royal=9 extinction=0 baring=0 Otherwise it would assume the Rex is the only royal piece (because you mentioned that last). Or assume you would have to capture both of them to win. Finally, baring=0 indicates that losing all non-royal pieces also counts as a loss. Greg Strong wrote on 2020-11-19 UTCI don't know why it was sizing the columns like that but I fixed it by specifying a width in the <td> element. Zhedric Meneses wrote on 2020-11-19 UTCHow did the pictures even got squished 8 comments displayedLater ⇩Reverse Order⇧ EarlierPermalink to the exact comments currently displayed.