Viewing them in what way? Like a drop down list that you can cycle up and down using the arrow keys on the keyboard? Or? The more information you can provide about desired program features, the better we can make recommendations
SmartGo for macOS also has a database (games from GoGoD), and you can open/save your own, search for positions, etc., can even open a whole folder of SGF, but I don’t know whether these can be added to the whole database.
Still in beta though, and I’ve never tested it all out. https://www.smartgo.com/mac.html
The nice thing is, if you buy a license, it’s valid for both platforms.
Okay so I now have just over 2 million SGFs on my computer for analyzing and training my NN. Thank you all for pointing me in the right direction
Now I’m looking for some kind of SGF database software that works under macOS (Mojave) OR that will run under Wine. I need software that can handle the 2M+ SGFs I have and let me organize them and so forth.
I’ve tried GOWrite and Jacoto (for MacOS); the former doesn’t handle many SGFs smoothly, and trying to run the latter gives me the error “…PowerPC applications are no longer supported”.
I’ve looked through sensei’s library and haven’t found anything suitable.
Side problem: When I add SGF files to my collection in Sabaki, everything I added gets removed from the collection when I close and reopen Sabaki. Is there a way to make Sabaki preserve/keep all of the SGFs I add to it?