Fixing New Analysis

flashlight002

@mgt3 Did that. Not seeing anything other than the old analysis. I went into archives....clicked on an analyses game. Same analysis appeared. 

mgt3

Maybe a Beta thing?  Try joining the Beta Club and try again...

https://www.chess.com/club/chess-com-beta 

flashlight002

@mgt3 it didn’t even run a new analysis. Just loaded the same d=20 analysis. 
I just tried analyzing a game in the analysis board too. Again....just ran a straightforward d=20 analysis. I am using an iPad Pro accessing site via Chrome. I also tried it on my Samsung Note 5 using Chrome for Android to access www.chess.com So I ain’t using the apps. Using the Internet. What should I be seeing it and why ain’t I seeing it?

flashlight002

@mgt3 Ah. I am not on beta at present. Is this still only in beta? I was in beta group but I had so many issues I left.

flashlight002

@mgt Ok I rejoined beta. Will try again now

mgt3
flashlight002 wrote:

What should I be seeing it and why ain’t I seeing it?

What I'm seeing...:

As to *why* you're not seeing it...  you're asking the wrong guy.  Sorry bro.

- M

flashlight002

@mgt3 you were right. I must be in beta for now. Seeing the screen now. Thanks for your help...and for such fast help. Much appreciated!!

mgt3
flashlight002 wrote:

@mgt3 you were right. I must be in beta for now. Seeing the screen now. Thanks for your help...and for such fast help. Much appreciated!!

...call it "pub help". happy.png

flashlight002

@mgt3 you were right on the money. I WISH these kinds of things were communicated better.....like “members please note there is a new experimental upgraded version of analysis out now. Please ensure you are in the beta club to experience. Just a newsflash on homepage. But no communication. Well none that I saw.

flashlight002

It could be a communication even by the site’s social media channels like twitter or Facebook. Ay.

flashlight002

@mgt3 I will run some tests on mobile and see how my devices and browsers react etc.

Logically if one runs a new scan with higher depth then the most up to date accuracy score coming out of this scan should reflect in the accuracy column in the archive accuracy column. Also the new scan should be the one that opens when one clicks the game analysis. 

Regarding what I have explained in my post #516...Support (Shaun: head of Customer of  Services) are are aware of this and will need to work with dev to fix the "daily games landing page" accuracy column to be in sync with the archive page.

To @erik and his dev team who have found a way to give us a way to run deeper scans: thank you! Thank you for your hard work and thank you for listening to your loyal customers too.

I haven't had the time yet to run many scans yet but I tested it against a recent difficult game that had already been analysed at the standard d=20. The results showed I had 1 blunder (cost me the game) and my competitor 0 blunders. When I ran the special manual d= 30 scan it gave a new picture! Now the new scan showed my competitor had also made 1 blunder. A different picture!

@erik I have 1 question: why is the d=30 feature seperate and a manual option? Is it because it has to make use of local client resources?