Top Tip: The different scoring modes can be found in the Scoring window by click on the options icon
For scoring using the Standard Mode each if you want to add extras, wagon wheel date etc. you must enter it before choosing the amount of runs. The runs button essentially "closes" the run from further adjustment unless you use the Undo or Edit Ball options.
e.g. left click wide>number of runs or left click on wagon wheel>number of runs.
Wicket: Left click on the main button for a wicket, for a Retirement (out & not out) select the downward arrow to bring up the different options. Once selected the following box will appear:
Select the type of dismissal and fielder if needed. Press OK to continue. The next batsman in the batting order will now be at the crease.
End Ball: Un-tick this box if runs have been scored when the wicket has fallen.
The wicket box will go from Red to Yellow to indicate runs need to be entered before the game can proceed.
Note: A "Crossed" option will be made available in an upcoming version.
4's & 6's: By left clicking on the downward arrow next to the number this will give you the option of choosing between a Boundary and Runs.
Other Run Amounts:
The ? box is set at 5 runs. Left click the downward arrow to bring up other options up to 20 runs.
As you can see above, one-click scoring reduces the amount of clicks needed when recording Extras. However if you wish to record other data as with Standard mode this must be selected before the run is entered:
e.g. wagon wheel data>runs
Runs up to the amount of 20 can be found by left clicking the downward arrow next to the 6 in Runs.