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I just made a mistake during my playing of a conditional move. How do I erase the wrong move and play the correct one?
If it's already been played on the board, you can't. If it hasn't been played there is a delete button under the move list in the conditional moves menu.
I saw and pushhed the set of go back and go forward little arrows but nothing changed when pushed ?
my opponent has not played yet so my conditionals have not been played yet
I played a new set of conditional moves correctly, which set will be played if opponent playes the move that they both start with ?
Underneath those arrows you will find a box with 'Saved Line 1' and a delete button next to it.
You can't set two different responses to the same move, it will overwrite the first.
If you had already saved the move. I think it can't be deleted.
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