Chess 2022 changelog

April 2021: Update 2

  • Improved menu localization.
  • Visual transitions consume less system resources.
  • Improved New Game dialog.
  • Improved UCI interface to prevent some engines from hanging in timed games.
  • Improved opening of web pages.
  • Improved update notifications.
  • Improved error handling.
  • UI code optimization.

December 2020: Update 1

  • Improved behavior of time control.
  • Sound effect played when time runs out.
  • Adjusted sound volume and matching effects to pawns and other pieces.
  • Fixed the Ctrl+M shortcut (Mute/Unmute sounds).
  • Added a darker shade of gray to chessboard styles.
  • Improved highlighting for gray chessboards.
  • Improved anti-aliasing.
  • Background-image retouching.
  • Improved menu rendering.
  • Fixed loading of game parameters from files containing edit operations.
  • Automatic adjustment of perspective when loading games against computer.
  • Improved chessboard control logic.
  • Flexible memory management: Lower requirements if RAM is small (under 3 GB);
    Higher memory consumption and better performance (about 20% faster than 2022.0) if RAM is large.
  • Better stability in low-memory conditions.
  • Low memory warnings when appropriate.
  • Fixed typos.

October 2020: Initial release

Chess 2022 has been introduced as a new product in the Filip Höfer chess software line.