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Post #1 Posted: Wed Dec 30, 2015 12:13 pm 
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I have trouble with my games. The server saves them in a weird format that only the wbaduk sgf editor can read. Can i do something to open them with cgoban?

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Post #2 Posted: Wed Dec 30, 2015 12:38 pm 
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I have trouble with my games. The server saves them in a weird format that only the wbaduk sgf editor can read. Can i do something to open them with cgoban?


I use multigo to convert the files. It's a pretty good program.


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Post #3 Posted: Wed Dec 30, 2015 5:11 pm 
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here's what I use

http://sowhat.ifdef.jp/SGF/gib2SGF.html

It can convert online, but there's also a link to a downloadable Ruby script: gib2sgf.rb

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xed_over wrote:
here's what I use

http://sowhat.ifdef.jp/SGF/gib2SGF.html

It can convert online, but there's also a link to a downloadable Ruby script: gib2sgf.rb


how do you use this?

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Post #5 Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2017 12:54 pm 
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dsatkas wrote:
xed_over wrote:
here's what I use

http://sowhat.ifdef.jp/SGF/gib2SGF.html

It can convert online, but there's also a link to a downloadable Ruby script: gib2sgf.rb


how do you use this?


Short answer: Copy and paste the contents of your wbaduk file into the input field of the web page, then copy and paste the result into a file with an .sgf extension.

Longer answer:

I'm guessing you have Microsoft Windows. Try to find an application called 'Notepad' on your machine. Use that to open one of the wbaduk games you have saved, probably with the .gib extension. Under the 'File' menu use 'Open' and where it says 'Text documents' change it to 'All files'.

Then under the 'Edit' menu use 'Select All', followed by 'Copy'.

Switch to the http://sowhat.ifdef.jp/SGF/gib2SGF.html webpage. Right click in the 'Input' field and choose 'paste'. Then click the 'submit' button.
Then right click in the 'Output' field and choose 'copy'.

Switch to 'Notepad'. Under the 'File' menu choose 'New', and if it asks 'Do you want to save changes?' answer 'Don't save'. Under the 'Edit' menu choose 'Paste'. Under the 'File' menu choose 'Save'. Change the 'Save As type' to 'All files'. Then give it a file name with .sgf on the end. A good example is: MyGame.sgf

Then open the .sgf file you created with cgoban or your favourite sgf reader.


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