GoGrinder 1.14 review

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GoGrinder is a Java program for practicing go problems

License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
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Developer: Tim Kington
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GoGrinder is a Java program for practicing go problems. GoGrinder project uses problems in SGF format. 347 problems are included in the install, and thousands more are easily downloadable (pointers in the documentation).

GoGrinder is free software released under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

Here are some key features of "GoGrinder":
Loads go problems that are stored in the standard SGF format.
Allows refutations of incorrect answers to be included in the problem files.
Remembers where you were when closed and restarted.
Can save progress through problem sets to file, so you can go work on a different set of problems, and then pick up where you left off.
Filters the available problems based on tags associated with the problems, e.g. Life and Death, Tesuji, etc.
Allows the selected problems to be sorted in various orders - by difficulty, random, etc.
Keeps statistics on the number of problems that have been correctly solved in the set, and long-term stats for each collection of problems.
Allows import and export of problem sets.
Allows editing of the current problem in an external SGF editor
Splits files containing multiple problems for use with GoGrinder.
Comes with 347 problems, ranging in difficulty from 25k - 4d.
Thousands more problems are available for free on the internet - links provided in the documentation.



Java 1.4.2 or later

What's New in This Release:
A defaultLanguage option was added to force language selection. Flipping and rotating of problems was improved, so now all possible orientations are used.

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