Only by adding databases, PGN files or EPD files to the command line. For example:
Use the shortcut keys Control+Shift+LeftArrow and Control+Shift+RightArrow, or Control+Wheelmouse (in undocked mode).
You can hide the next move via the main context (right-click) menu, Hide next move.
The ECO code is displayed on the bottom line of the game
information box, below the chessboard in the main window,
if you have the ECO classification file (scid.eco) loaded.
The ECO codes help page explains how to load the ECO classification file and save options so it will be loaded every time you start Scid.
You must use the Import window. See entering moves for more information.
Use the Database Switcher to drag and drop (filter) games between databases.
De-select the Ask before replacing moves option in the
Using the Filter and Database Switcher, copy the relevant games to Clipbase. Then open the tree window in the Clipbase.
Save the Tree cache often, to save tree results for future use. See the caching section of the Tree help page for details.
No. Yo must edit its PGN representation using the Import game window. Just open it (shortcut key: Control+Shift+I) , select Paste current game, edit the game and then Import.
You can edit individual names or spellcheck all the names in a database
with the commands in the
Just open the Tree window for the reference database and
switch back to the game to compare by means of the database
switcher. Alternatively, a base can directly be opened as tree via