Options for DiagTransfer
The simplest way to copy chess diagrams from one program or web page to another quickly and easily.

Copying chess diagrams with a classic position-editor is hard work : you must have both your position-editor and your document/web page application open, and must constantly go back and forth between the two. It becomes a tennis match of sorts: Looking at the diagram you wish to copy in application âAâ, switching over to application âBâ to place the piece, and going back to application âAâ to verify the accuracy of the layout,...etc.

With DiagTransfer you â transfer â the diagram â by setting the DiagTransfer window in semi-transparent mode and resizing a board on the diagram to be copied. At this point, you have only to  trace  the pieces - no need to remember piece locations !

Even better, you donât need to change pieces, with the pieces-bar, with a new program capability you change pieces with a little mouse drag.
Note : a piece-bar is still displayed if you prefer this method.

DiagTransfer is the best tool to quickly capture a position when you watch a live chess game on a web page and want capture a position and paste it in a chess program.

Print high quality diagrams
DiagTransfer utilizes a very high quality True Type Font for its characters, enabling the user to print very high-quality diagrams. The picture above is only in-screen resolution of 72DPI (72 dots per inch) and gives you a poor preview of the results you will get a printed page using only a â normal â quality mode (300DPI).With a fine quality paper and a 720DPI resolution you will get perfect quality ! Even better than diagrams printed in high quality chess books.
Create PNG images of light weight for a web page or for send as mail attachment

With DIAGTRANSFER you can save a position as a PNG file with a 4 bits depth, so files weight are very small (between 2 and 12 kbp).

Program details
Downloads month: 4
Company: Alain Blaisot
Release date: 2005-08-25
Version: 2.0.9
License: Freeware
Price: $
Supported OS': Windows2000 WinXP
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