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Player: United  abbyknotChessHere Gold Member Subject: Having problems loading your games?

2018-02-27 02:53:07
Chesshere's new owners have a programmer rewriting most of the corrupted code at chesshere.com and they are converting file access from http// to https//.

What's the difference? the later stands for "secure connection". Most of the newer browsers will lock out content if the file uses the 'http' version. So if you can not access your games then look at the top of your screen and you will see a box that either says "Blocked content" or you will see a small box that has been reduced in size. Click on that and click on "Unblock content". Yup! Easy as that.
Text me if you need additional help.

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3United  abbyknotChessHere Gold Member2018-02-27 22:40:54

You mentioned a 'slowdown'. The programmer is replacing the old code which had a lot of bugs in it. He has to insert the new code and at some point the routine that is running has to stop - so he can replace the code. I think he will have most problems fixed within a week.


4United  abbyknotChessHere Gold Member2018-03-03 00:37:28
Sorry, so many people mentioned a slowdown that I thought it was you too. However, I talked to the owner today and she says that they got RTC up and running, but discovered the current server wasn't fast enough - so they immediately put a new server in. All they have to do now is edit a thousand files.
RTC will be running fast again as soon as they can do this.


5United  abbyknotChessHere Gold Member2018-03-07 21:42:15
Ok, RTC is up & running fast!
They're working on rewriting the code that shows 'Active Players' because those players listed in that area are NOT the active players.

They are also looking into adding SOUND when you move a piece. I guess depending on which browser you use you may or may not hear a sound when you move a piece.

You can help us out by posting a message with the name of the browser you are using and if you hear sounds or not?

One more thing... please read the scrolling text from the Main Menu. It tells you how to put your Time Zone in your 'About you box' based on the Time Zone that the Chesshere website uses. That way anyone can look you up to see what time you might be available - they can send you a message saying: "Can you meet me here at xxxx time to play in the RTC area?"