Detailed description of Chess Assistant Light
2. List and splitting
3. View mode
4. Playing a game
7. Trees and Cap data
8. Folders/classifiers and Classes
An important aspect when working with a lot of information is not only to be able to
find what you want as fast as possible, as through searches or other tools, but to be also
able to organize your work. For this purpose you've got two basic systems: a series of
classes, which are categories (i.e. Historic game, Kingside attack, prophylaxis, etc.) in
which you can classify games for easy referral, and a powerful and flexible new system
known as Classifiers.
Chess Assistant Light now comes with 31 standard classes that can be edited by name
and/or color at any moment. They can be found in the List window, or by means of a search.
Furthermore, you can easily gather games of a certain class and separate them into a
dataset or create a new base of them. Special attention was paid to creating easy-to-use
shortcuts so that to make working with classes as simple as possible.
Chess Assistant Light contents represent Classifiers (available only in read-only
regime). Basically, Classifiers is a tree-like organizational system, similar to Windows
Explorer, in which you create folders with links to certain games in a base.
9. Printing and Exporting
11. Fonts, colors, pieces, backgrounds and DGT board