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It was last modified on: 2016-02-25
 By Charles  Gilman. Hourglass Hex Chess. 2 overlapping triangles form a hex board of just over FIDE size. (9x9, Cells: 65) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Fergus Duniho wrote on 2015-08-28 UTC
You probably saw my edits. There was no mention of NOBR except what I added to the script, but it didn't show up when I examined the JavaScript output. So I have reverted it to what it originally was.

Fergus Duniho wrote on 2015-08-28 UTC
I made a test page with some of the JavaScript output, and surrounding a diagram with either
and
or and will work. My edits to the script didn't show up. So maybe I edited it in the wrong place, but Charles can fix the display of his diagrams by surrounding his JavaScript code as I just mentioned.

Ben Reiniger wrote on 2015-08-28 UTC
Hmm, the ffen2diag tool already uses nobr tags.  That's deprecated now, but it should still work to prevent breaking the images into new lines...?

Ben Reiniger wrote on 2015-08-28 UTC
The diagrams are generated by the ffen2diag tool; can we just edit that script to prevent small windows from breaking a row of squares? (I like the two columns when the screen has space to display them; if we can just prevent line breaks within a row, then it should automatically move the boards into a single column when the screen is too small, right?)

Fergus Duniho wrote on 2015-08-27 UTC
This page doesn't work right on a cell phone. The ranks in the diagrams are getting broken up, so that the diagrams don't look the same as they do on a desktop. I would recommend using a single image for each diagram, so that it has no parts that can get broken up, or to put everything into a single column, so that each diagram might at least have enough space to display properly.

Bn Em wrote on 2014-10-26 UTC
I think your descriptions for the Vicerine and Duchess are the wrong way round...

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