Release Notes: Bugfixes and minor interface refinements. Most of the changes are with the Engine Annotation feature, and FICS (free Internet chess).
Release Notes: The handiest change in this release is support for very large chess boards. Other changes include a gamelist context menu, docking changes, and improvements to analysis, annotation, and computer tournament features.
Release Notes: This release is mainly a consolidation of the docked mode feature. Additionally, there is a new game history, and database sorting does not reset the filter or reset the current game, plus the usual array of bugfixes and tweaks.
Release Notes: The Docked Windows feature of mainline Scid is so popular, this release has adopted it. This allows a single-window mode where all top-levels are docked into a large main window in a customized tiled fashion. There is also a myriad of other changes, including a 'move search' feature and better support for Microsoft Windows.
Release Notes: Lots of minor new features make for an interesting release. These include drag and drop file opening, Opening Books with the Computer Tournament, custom board textures, and lots of FICS (online chess) refinements. There are also many minor bugfixes, and fixes for some lingering Tcl issues in the Mac OS X package.
Release Notes: This Windows-only update includes recent Tournament changes (with the Ponder-On feature) and fixes some annoying configuration file gremlins.
Release Notes: This release has some nice new features for the Free Internet Chess widget. Players can now observe their friends' game(s) while playing one themselves, and also load previous games for analysis using "smoves". Other notable additions include win/draw/loss bargraphs in the Tree Window, clickable Tablebase moves, and UCI Game and Tournament improvements. The Spelling.ssp file has been updated to January 2012.
Release Notes: This release adds Undo and Redo, a Player Rating graph which can display any number of players, an MS Windows Installer, a book tuning "Remove Move" feature, and improvements to the Computer Tournament and Annotation features.
Release Notes: The main new features are Chess Figurines in the PGN window and an updated computer tournament with per-game time control, clocks, and adjudication buttons. Otherwise, the Mac OS X package has been significantly improved, and there are bugfixes and a few little touches like typing "OO" for castling. The Game List remembers its view when switching between bases.
Release Notes: Nasty flickering when the chessboard is flipped was fixed. There is also a new set of subtle chess pieces.