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  1. 05 Mar '09 19:46
    Is it possible to record a conditional en passant move? Whenever I try I get the response "Invalid Move".
  2. Standard member zozozozo
    Thread Killing Chimp
    05 Mar '09 22:32
    Originally posted by wobbleyou
    Is it possible to record a conditional en passant move? Whenever I try I get the response "Invalid Move".
    dont know, but recent announcement said the pawn promotion is fixed for conditional moves Thread 109235.
    I think pawn promotion is more common then en passant, so i guess they are still working on it...or not
  3. 06 Mar '09 04:15
    speaking of promoting a pawn, tried to promote one in a game 2 wks ago. wouldn't promote. game stayed dormant. looked at it recently and i had won. thought i'd lose on time. game #6054144 against german c m. and my avatar is apparently saying 'player banned game resigned'. what gives? some glitch? also, over at gameknot had several games going and suddenly couldn't see the boards on any of them. ideas or suggestions? i'm on a fairly old imac, and fairly old myself. lhooq
  4. 06 Mar '09 04:53
    Game 6054144

    Your opponent resigned, your pawn was promoted (45W a8=Q), and neither of you have been banned.
  5. 06 Mar '09 08:46
    Originally posted by MontyMoose
    Game 6054144

    Your opponent resigned, your pawn was promoted (45W a8=Q), and neither of you have been banned.
    However, there is some problem with that game:

    "Game history problem
    This game has an incomplete game history and may not be reported correctly."

    It's probably best to send feedback about it (link at the bottom of the page).
  6. 06 Mar '09 08:51
    Originally posted by lhooq
    i'm on a fairly old imac, and fairly old myself.
    While RHP might not work properly on very old computers, it even requires that the human hardware is at least 13 years old, and there's no upper limit.
  7. Standard member zozozozo
    Thread Killing Chimp
    06 Mar '09 08:57
    Originally posted by Nordlys
    While RHP might not work properly on very old computers, it even requires that the human hardware is at least 13 years old, and there's no upper limit.
    shouldnt u say human software?
  8. 06 Mar '09 09:13
    Originally posted by zozozozo
    shouldnt u say human software?
    No, the software needs to be updated from time to time.