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I would like to know how to access the live analysis board (where I can draw arrows and highlight squares etc.).
When I enter "Analysis Board & Editor", I can only set up positions and move the pieces, but not invite others or use the graphical tools.
How do I use the above features?
Thanks in advance for any help!
i dont think you can, you are how ever able to do that in software such as chessbase and fritz
Go into live chess, theres a dropdwn menu to select a game time, it has Custom, then 8 preset times, then Analysis. Click analysis, then start game :)
Thanks for the help! It works now! :)
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