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Date: 17 Jun 2006 11:13:53
From: Stolcius Von Stolcenberg
Subject: Fritz\chessbase: changing MyInternetGames file for saving customizations
Hi,
I need to Know how to change the default file Fritz/Chessbase uses for
automatically saving the games played on Playchess.com

The default file is "MyInternetGames.cbh".
I wish to change it with another pgn file, in order to automatically import
it into Bookup SW.

TIA for the answers.

Regards,

Stolcius, AKA Mich&l& [email protected]@






 
Date: 20 Jun 2006 03:12:10
From: cbseries
Subject: Re: Fritz\chessbase: changing MyInternetGames file for saving customizations

Stolcius Von Stolcenberg Wrote:
> Hi,
> I need to Know how to change the default file Fritz/Chessbase uses for
> automatically saving the games played on Playchess.com
>
> The default file is "MyInternetGames.cbh".
> I wish to change it with another pgn file, in order to automaticall
> import
> it into Bookup SW.
>
> TIA for the answers.
>
> Regards,
>
> Stolcius, AKA Mich&l& [email protected]@


If you haven't found an answer to your question yet.

You might try posting your question on the chessexchange.com forum i
the "Chess Database Management" area of the fourm, or try contactin
Steve Lopez and directing your question to him. His email address ca
be found at the bottom of this linked to page.

http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail.asp?newsid=3177*

* I do not know if your question would be considered a tech suppor
question or not.


I thought this part of your message confusing, "I wish to change i
with another pgn file,". If you decided to try the chessexchange foru
or Steve Lopez, you might want to state clearly what you mean. It ma
have just been me though that thought it confusing.


Good Luck!


--
cbseries


  
Date: 24 Jun 2006 10:30:11
From: Stolcius Von Stolcenberg
Subject: Re: Fritz\chessbase: changing MyInternetGames file for saving customizations
Il Tue, 20 Jun 2006 03:12:10 +0100, cbseries ha scritto:

> Good Luck!!

I think I'll follow your advice.

Thanks a lot for your help! :-)


Stolcius