In the left sidebar, go to the Games section and click Examining. In the top menu, above the game board, click the Examining Mode button.
In the right sidebar you now have access to arrows, circles, rectangles, ghost pieces and throbbing pieces. You also have a button to undo the last lecture mark or undo all lecture marks.
To draw an arrow, hold down the command key and left-click and drag your mouse from the starting square to the destination square.
To draw a circle or rectangle, select which lecture mark you want in the right sidebar and hold down the shift key and left-click on a square.
To draw a ghost piece or throbbing piece, select which lecture mark you want in the right sidebar and hold down the shift key and left-click on a piece on the board.
To undo lecture marks one by one, left-click on the Undo last lecture mark button to undo the lecture marks one by one. To undo all lecture marks, left-click on the undo all lecture marks button once.
All these seem to work except the drawing of the arrow. Can you post a video of this on youtube or something to prove that it works.
I don't even see an arrow icon on the right side panel. What I see is as follows: Red X, Circle, Square, white knight, black knight, Undo Arrow, small red X, and then all the colors in boxes. The only way I get an arrow to appear is when a piece is moved. This is default even when not in examine mode. Do you have the potential to draw and arrow from any square to any square like in dasher or blitzin?
Very useful, thanks!
For the arrows to work, it's a drag and drop. So it's Command+Left click but you have to maintain the click down as you draw the arrow.
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