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  1. 22 Apr '15 16:01
    The site not responding on the board size setting
  2. Subscriber Russ
    RHP Code Monkey
    22 Apr '15 16:20 / 1 edit
    The board size preference now represents your preferred maximum size.

    You can demonstrate this by setting "mini", for example, which will show a small board on desktop.

    Then shrink your browser window - the board will shrink further to fill the available space.

    Expand your browser back to its previous size, and the board will grow, but get no bigger than your preferred maximum, regardless of available space.

    A future enhancement will be adding a slider control for more precise setting of this option.
  3. Subscriber Russ
    RHP Code Monkey
    22 Apr '15 16:27
    Also, make sure you press "Save Preferences" after making the change.
  4. 23 Apr '15 17:59
    Chess board not shown during game. All other features are represent.
  5. Subscriber Russ
    RHP Code Monkey
    23 Apr '15 18:39
    Originally posted by bamba3
    Chess board not shown during game. All other features are represent.
    Not shown at all? It is shown on other pages, game analysis, for example?

    Which web browser are you using?
  6. Standard member redbadger
    Suzzie says Badger
    25 Apr '15 09:36
    Originally posted by Russ
    Also, make sure you press "Save Preferences" after making the change.
    it don't work Russ the board size stays small big prob for me my peepers not good
  7. Standard member pdunne
    Badmaster
    25 Apr '15 09:46
    I too find the board size too small, regardless of how large I ask for it. The cause is that ever-present menu bar at the top of every screen, which takes up far too much screen space. If that could be switched off, at least on game screens, the boad would have more space.
  8. 25 Apr '15 10:04
    Tend to agree, particular on laptop/PC. There does seem to be a disproportionate amount of 'white space' to the left of the board beneath the folders. Couldn't things be shunted left a bit?