[blind-chess] Re: Problem Layout Options

Hi Richard and all,

I can go with either way of algebraic notation, but I will agree, the spelled 
out way does make it better with screen readers.
This was a good idea, and thanks for taking this into consideration.

Chris


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: R Dinger 
  To: chess 
  Sent: Monday, May 10, 2010 6:35 PM
  Subject: [blind-chess] Problem Layout Options


  How do you want problems displayed in the so-called algebraic style?  I have 
a sample below for a game starting setup.  I used spelled out names thinking it 
is easier for screen readers.  Braille users may disagree, however.  What do 
you folks say?

  Problem Layout:

  FEN:
  rnbqkbnr/
  pppppppp/
  8/
  8/
  8/
  8/
  PPPPPPPP/
  RNBQKBNR

  Algebraic:

  White:
  King e1
  Queen d1
  Bishops c1 and f1
  Knights b1 and g1
  Rooks a1 and h1
  Pawns a2, b2, c2, d2, e2, f2, g2 and h2
  Black:
  King e8
  Queen d8
  Bishops c8 and f8
  Knights b8 and g8
  Rooks a8 and h8
  Pawns a7, b7, c7, d7, e7, f7, g7 and h7



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