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Export games to spreadsheet?
  • bwin at 2017-03-07

    Hello! Anyone know if there is an easy(ish) method to export game lists to a spreadsheet/excel document?

    Looking to export my lines of action games so I can sort by #of moves/player/player rank/tournament, etc.

  • alihv at 2017-03-07

    how about copy & paste?

  • bwin at 2017-03-07

    Brilliant! Didn’t think it could possibly be that simple but everything comes in nicely with columns and rows. Thank you! Only information I’ll have to manually enter is if I was start player or not.

  • mmKALLL ★ at 2017-03-08

    There is also this handy button that gets you the game files themselves, in case that’s something you or someone else might want as well.

    https://gyazo.com/628f2dd1aac5b0c63eb9c52bce863902

  • mmKALLL ★ at 2017-03-08

    I’m speaking about the “all games in text” button on the right side of the image. :)


  • bwin at 2017-03-08

    I did see the text format button, but thanks! The white/black player is listed but it’ll be easier for me to just copy/paste via alihv’s suggestion and then enter manually. Versus trying to look up how to do it from the text with a script or something (I’m not that fluent in code).

  • The_Burglar at 2017-03-08

    quick tip:- double click just past game text

  • bwin at 2017-03-09

    "quick tip:- double click just past game text"

    Not quite sure I follow

  • The_Burglar at 2017-03-09

    Double click last character of "Move List"

    should select all of moves, do again it will select last move, repeat

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Include game board: [game;id:123456] or [game;id:123456;move:20] or [game;id:123456;move:20;title:some text]