Scid vs. Mac
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Scid vs. Mac is a usability and bug-fix fork of Scid with some new features. The project is authored by Steven Aaus, and has been extensively tested.

Shane's Chess Information Database (Scid) is a powerful Chess Toolkit, with which one can create huge chess databases, run engine analysis, or play casual games against the computer or online with the Free Internet Chess Server. It was originally written by Shane Hudson , and has received strong contribution from Pascal Georges and others.
What's New
Version 4.9.2:
  • OS X changes, including docked mode fixes.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, OS X 10.5 or later



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Kantorde reviewed on 21 Aug 2013
This is arguable the best chess database for the Mac. The FICS client is lacking, but the database functionality is well worth the effort.
[Version 4.9.2]


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IgorFreiberger rated on 25 May 2013

[Version 4.9.1]


Downloads:1,177
Version Downloads:863
Type:Games : Card and Board
License:Free
Date:19 Jun 2013
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Scid vs. Mac is a usability and bug-fix fork of Scid with some new features. The project is authored by Steven Aaus, and has been extensively tested.

Shane's Chess Information Database (Scid) is a powerful Chess Toolkit, with which one can create huge chess databases, run engine analysis, or play casual games against the computer or online with the Free Internet Chess Server. It was originally written by Shane Hudson , and has received strong contribution from Pascal Georges and others.


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