Does anyone know if it's possible to stop Fritz 13 from entering the "commentary" it makes after every move in the notation tab?
I have seen this post but this solution does not seem to apply to Fritz 13.
It's been amazingly difficult to contact ChessBase. Don't buy Fritz for their customer service.
Anyone have any ideas?
I haven't tried it because it doesn't bother me, but if you go to the Training tab, Full Analysis, in the Analysis Options window you have a bunch of check boxes you can turn on/off:
Verbose, Graphical, Training, Opening Reference
Under Blunder Check you can choose Annotate as text, or Annotate as variations.
I'm away from my home machine, but mldavis' explanation should do the trick. If you've got an analysis that's already done you can also get rid of all the text commentary in one step. I think it's called "delete commentary" from the edit menu.
I went to the Training tab and don't see "Full Analysis" there.
However I think you may have misunderstood what I was asking for.
What I'm talking about is all that extra info that comes after every move.
This is in the "Notation" pannel only.
Here's a screen shot of what I mean. See all the numbers that accompany every move. After Nf3 ther is a 0 and after Nc6 there is an 8.Then on 7. you seecxd5 0.13/20 1:14 Nxd5 1:05 8.0-0 0.025/21 0. What the heck am I supposed to do with this stuff.....? This is just for one move. I just want it gone!
I believe the numbers represent the thinking time.Try: File/Options/Clocks+Notation and empty the "Store thinking time" check box.Good luck.(See help file: General operation/Options/Clocks and Notation)
Sadler............you did it!!!!
Thanks for your help.
My error, sorry. This stuff is under the Analysis tab, not the Training tab. But you solved your problem ...