This entry shows some goban examples illustrating the supported syntax on DGS. The raw-format is based on the go diagram format from Sensei`s Library
The examples are separated by lines. Most of the examples are taken from Sensei`s Library - How Diagrams Work
. Easiest is often to use the goban editor's
"Preview" to test if the format is correctly showing what you want.
To view the raw-format of the example please open the link: Are there examples of game boards? (with raw-format)
Goban with board-size 11 and short-form edges with "+", with title, markup and some describing text to the right of the board.
= Black territory,
= White territory,
Board with images in title and a link to Sensei's Library:
Incomplete boards with coordinates:
Goban with move numbering starting with higher number:
Move numbering starts at 67
Supported links in diagrams (on small board with size 13):
The links are all opened in a new window for safety reasons (to avoid losing entered text).
Link on "2" to Sensei's Library
Link on "4" to DGS-page (short form)
Link on "a" to external link
Link on "
" to page-relative anchor
Text at side and below diagram (cannot be mixed).
Text at side of diagram
Text below diagram
Board with short-form edges.
Irregular boards: Strange boards do work, they just require lots of fiddling. Irregular boards are possible, but the syntax of Sensei's Library and DGS are incompatible here as the code-base is different.
A sample game played with a friend (neither of us are very good.)
taken from Sensei's Library