I have selected as my chess engine Stockfish 2 thread (SF-2T), and it performs perfectly in my analysis window. However, when I choose the "+" icon to "add move", most of the time the pieces move as indicated by my selected chess engine (SF-2T). But sometimes the moves do not match. It is as if some other engine is in control. Is there a setting that forces the board to ONLY use the chess engine that I have chosen? Can I turn off this other chess engine?
PS - I've asked a similar question a year or so ago with an older version of SCID. But am hoping the current version of SCID has a new setting to stop this unexpected behavior.
Meanwhile, my own recommendation is to add your variation before your chess engine usually switches. The deeper the line, the more time it takes to the engine to switch. There might be a way to "slow down" your engine, but I'm not sure which UCI setting you'd need to tweak. Perhaps the "slow mover"?