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Import and analysis now available on Mac!
This is a very important milestone, the feature that every Mac user was complaining was missing from PokerSnowie for Mac.
You can now import any hands in the PokerSnowie supported formats and let the PokerSnowie server analyse them for you. Once completed, you can select one or more files, and look at the results.
Like on the Windows version, clicking on VIEW RESULTS will take you to the overview page, where you can see a few basic details:
Here you will be able to see the error rate and how many major errors have been made. You will then be able to browse through them and get some more detailed information and feedback from PokerSnowie.
While browsing, you will be able to look at the PokerSnowie evaluations and hand strength display. You can also look at the Preflop Advice (for preflop situations) and Range Advice when available.
This very first version of the Import & Analyze feature for Mac has some limitations, which will be addressed in time, a few of which include:
- The list of the files imported is a flat list and not efficient to organize
- The browsing needs a few usability improvements (like the ability to jump to a certain hand or filter by various options)
- It’s still missing the ability to automatically create a scenario starting from a situation while browsing
These and other features will be our priorities in the coming weeks. In the meantime we're on standby to fix any potential technical issues that you guys may come across, so if you do notice something, or have any other feedback, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know. It’s not always easy to make software 'bullet proof', especially since there are a variety of machines, OSes, and configurations – but we do our best!