Regarding: Drago [#27]
: Regarding: Drago
(2005-10-09 00:51) [#55]
Hello, any comment, suggestion, feedback, question will be welcome here!
184.108.40.206: Re: Regarding: Drago
(2006-07-24 10:28) [#1933]
Drago is an excellent piece of software.
I'd really like an auto-playback feature with a move every couple of seconds and the ability for the auto-playback to stop when it reaches a comment.
Otherwise well done.
220.127.116.11: Re: Regarding: Drago
(2011-12-18 01:36) [#9129]
: most excellent!
(2006-06-26 20:23) [#1754]
Just ran Drago for the first time. Excellent work! I will probably end up using this as my default SGF editor. I have been using glGo, which is also very good, but does not have as many export functions.
Nice job :)
(2006-06-27 15:29) [#1755]
''I liked Drago before,
yet was convinced only kombilo could export wiki-style ASCII:
very nice is the coordinate range which one can address in Drago (here T19:K10)
Merci beaucoup Gilles!
Still one could need a slight adaption (for Drago),
e.g. kombilo allows beforehand (before export that is)
to specify that O means White and X means Black , that | is an edge etc., which all could be different on another Wiki.
Drago starts much faster than kombilo on my computer,
most probable because I have too many SGF double in several folders and kombilo has to go through them during start-up.
Kombilo could be improved by the coordinate range specifier
for indicating the (quadratical until now; wished: any rectangle for sides) part of the board one wants to display.''
: Export to ASCII settings
(2006-08-01 23:22) [#1993]
specify that O means White and X means Black
Open Export position dialog and select ASCII. When clicking on the little "+" button, you can select some settings for exporting in ASCII, including characters for the stone, with default values for rgg and SL. It could be what you are looking for.
18.104.22.168: Drago + MoGo on Windows 7
(2010-12-23 11:15) [#8189]
I had a problem getting the two to work together on Win7 64 bit - abnormal termination of the MoGo engine. Having solved it I thought it would be a good idea to post the answer here.
If you run mogo.exe directly (i.e. double-click mogo.exe), Windows pops up a dialog asking for permission. This has a checkbox "Always ask before opening this file". Clear it, run Mogo then close it.
For me that was enough to enable to Drago to use MoGo.