Enabling auto acceleration makes Four Winds automatically pass discards you possibly cannot claim. This is useful when learning the game, since the program stops to wait for user response whenever you have possibility to claim a discarded tile. The waiting time is determined by the Discard delay setting. To control the time an "impossible" discard stays visible in the discard slot, change the settings for Fade Out animation effect.
To enable or disable automatic acceleration:
Note: Four Winds does not automatically pass the discard in case there is a competitive claim, even if another player has precedence over the discarded tile. This is to guarantee compatibility with multi-player game (where other players' decisions are not immediately available), and to notify you of the possibility of claiming.
Tip: You can accelerate the pace of the game also manually.
Arranging tiles manually
Arranging tiles for scoring
Displaying hands after deal is over
Showing Wall automatically at the start of the deal
Displaying Wall and Dead Wall after deal is over
Setting the time for auto move
Setting the discard delay
Showing the source of discard
Enabling or disabling overrides for displaying discards
Enabling or disabling the Undo feature
Enabling or disabling replay of hand
Enabling or disabling hints
Getting hint for robbing a Kong