Instructions for the use of Squash Scorer Plus – Scoring Screen

Before coming onto this screen you should choose the players on the Match Info Screen. You may find more information on use of the scorer screen in the Squash Scorer Scoring Screen post where much of the functionality is common between the two versions. Differences are described in more detail in this post.

The Scorer screen for Squash Scorer Plus adds more functionality over the free version. One of the major additions is the ability to score lets and strokes.

You can use the “Calls” button to access the “Let Called” button but it is much faster and simpler to long press over the player namelongpresslet..and the yes let, no let and stroke options will popup on the screen as per the following screenshot.

device-2013-04-28-221022The “Calls” button is normally used to allow allocation of the referee decisions. Conduct Warning, Conduct Stroke, Conduct Game and Conduct Match. There is also an option to record a Break in Play on this screen.

If Conduct Stroke, Game or Match are selected then the appropriate points/game/match is awarded automatically as a result. This has been implemented as a series of corrections for the Conduct Game and Match. Please note that Undo applies to individual corrections and multiple undos may be required to undo a Conduct penalty.

You should choose a Conduct reason and you may choose from a predefined list or enter your own reason.

device-2013-04-28-221158The player selected should be the player who is being penalised.

All decisions appear in the Match details WSF scoresheet fully spelled out as well as the email scoresheet where they appear as (YL) – yes let, (NL) – no let, (ST) – stroke or a decision prefixed with “CW”.

The “Adjust Button” pops up the control that allows you to manually adjust the scores.device-2013-04-28-170521The “Game” selector selects the game number and would usually range from 1 to 5. The numbers on each side are the players’/Teams’ scores in that game.

The Squash Scorer Plus app adds doubles scoring and the screen shows all four players on the screen (see top).

The serving player appears next to the ball and the greyed player at the front is that player’s team mate. The receiving team is similarly greyed out showing who is actually receiving.

At the beginning of the match a dialog will ask you to choose the first servers from each team and the receiving side for each player. At the beginning of each game you will be able to change the receiving order with the dialog.

2.12 initialservingorderAfter each game you may change the receiving order but not the serving order.

2.12 aftergameservingorderThere are three doubles serving orders available. To read the serving notation, TeamA has players A and B and TeamB has players X and Y and the group repeats.

device-2013-04-02-132216The three serving orders are

International Doubles (AXBY)

Australian Doubles (AXYB)

Hardball Doubles (A,XYAB)



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