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1. dsuttles says: Monday, January 20, 2014
Automatic log-out time is far too short at present. Worse, typing text does not register with the server as activity. Taking time on private messages and comments in forums and blogs often causes them to be lost.
2. dsuttles says: Friday, January 24, 2014
Paragraphs in blogs, pls.
3. hdroogendyk says: Friday, January 31, 2014
Move the Facebook widget to the bottom of the page or allow us to hid it. Much more important to have the other info within sight when playing and not the Facebook thing ( which is useless IMHO ).
4. hdroogendyk says: Friday, January 31, 2014
Add current rank and head to head record ( wins, losses, draws ) to the friends page. It would be handy to see that info in one spot for the people we play often.
5. hdroogendyk says: Friday, January 31, 2014
regarding comment 4 above, to gain some width to display the additional info, replace the wide "send a message" with an envelope image, "challenge cc" with another image ( keep the column heads so we know what they mean ) and replace "remove from friends" with an "X"
6. dsuttles says: Tuesday, February 04, 2014
Humbly agree with #3 entirely, hdroogendyk. The 'Facebook thing' is elephantine. #4,5, things could be jiggled around and made bigger, smaller or removed. I don't know whether it would be better to make changes gradually or in one go later, but your ideas are appreciated. Please keep them coming.
7. ANZARBOND says: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
If some of the feature included then chesshere.com is the one of the best site on the world.
8. dsuttles says: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
#1 The way to bypass automatic log-out is to keep a correspondence game open in a separate tab or window. If you write a long message or forum or blog post, or doze off in the middle, you may get logged out without knowing it. To avoid losing content, go to the cc game and click refresh. Then go back to your message or forum or blog post and click send.
9. dsuttles says: Thursday, February 13, 2014
If you need to spend twenty minutes composing a message or post, but do not have any active cc games, you can still check your log-in status by clicking on any page in a separate tab or window. If you are logged out, you can use the other window to log back in, then return to your message or post ... and send.
10. ANZARBOND says: Thursday, February 20, 2014
Auto time out game claiming is not working properly.It should be corrected.
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