1. SubscriberRuss
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    19 Feb '09 10:581 edit
    Clearly, this change has been very unpopular, so I will make a rash decision to prevent further confusion (we are feeling it on the feedback), and revert the general layout to as it was before and re-introduce the inbox.

    All games that currently appear on the “My Current Games” will be stored in the “inbox”. All others will appear in the archive folder (unless already archived elsewhere)

    This will happen sometime today.
  2. Standard memberpjhen
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    19 Feb '09 11:03
    Russ

    Many thanks

    P
  3. Standard memberKepler
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    19 Feb '09 11:231 edit
    I am guessing I will have to recreate the folder structure I had in place before the change occurred?

    It is a strange thing but I was trying to persuade another site to follow the model in place here instead of the "all the games in one heap" system. The admins took a look and couldn't see the difference. Now I know why! Oh well, back to the drawing board.
  4. Standard memberAiko
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    19 Feb '09 11:25
    Originally posted by Russ
    Clearly, this change has been very unpopular, so I will make a rash decision to prevent further confusion (we are feeling it on the feedback), and revert the general layout to as it was before and re-introduce the inbox.

    All games that currently appear on the “My Current Games” will be stored in the “inbox”. All others will appear in the archive folder (unless already archived elsewhere)

    This will happen sometime today.
    Can't you have both, so anyone can choose which My Games page to use?
  5. SubscriberRuss
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    19 Feb '09 11:282 edits
    Originally posted by Kepler
    I am guessing I will have to recreate the folder structure I had in place before the change occurred?
    No, just the default folders "inbox" and "archives" are impacted by any changes.
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    19 Feb '09 11:48
    Originally posted by Russ
    Clearly, this change has been very unpopular, so I will make a rash decision to prevent further confusion (we are feeling it on the feedback), and revert the general layout to as it was before and re-introduce the inbox.

    All games that currently appear on the “My Current Games” will be stored in the “inbox”. All others will appear in the archive folder (unless already archived elsewhere)

    This will happen sometime today.
    Yeah, but the games status filter will remain, right? Maybe it was there all
    along, and I just found it? We gotta have the games status filter. Please
    don't take away the games status filter, or I'll cancel my subscription in an
    instance!

    No, I won't, but still.
  7. Standard memberFleabitten
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    19 Feb '09 11:551 edit
    Originally posted by Jigtie
    Yeah, but the games status filter will remain, right? Maybe it was there all
    along, and I just found it? We gotta have the games status filter. Please
    don't take away the games status filter, or I'll cancel my subscription in an
    instance!

    No, I won't, but still.
    The game status filter was present in the old format. If I'm not mistaken, you could click on 'Action' on the game page menu and filter by all games, your turn, opponent's turn, and completed.
  8. Standard memberKJCavalier
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    19 Feb '09 12:11
    The game status filter is a must. With the game load I maintain and for those who have much larger game loads. just being able to see at a glance which games need my immediate attention is a must.
  9. SubscriberMctayto
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    19 Feb '09 12:14
    Originally posted by Russ
    Clearly, this change has been very unpopular, so I will make a rash decision to prevent further confusion (we are feeling it on the feedback), and revert the general layout to as it was before and re-introduce the inbox.

    All games that currently appear on the “My Current Games” will be stored in the “inbox”. All others will appear in the archive folder (unless already archived elsewhere)

    This will happen sometime today.
    Can we have sort facility "last move" back ??
  10. Standard memberFleabitten
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    19 Feb '09 12:18
    Originally posted by Mctayto
    Can we have sort facility "last move" back ??
    We have it now.
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    19 Feb '09 12:29
    Originally posted by Fleabitten
    The game status filter was present in the old format. If I'm not mistaken, you could click on 'Action' on the game page menu and filter by all games, your turn, opponent's turn, and completed.
    Then all is well. Can't believe I hadn't discovered that before.
  12. Standard memberCrowley
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    19 Feb '09 12:58
    We have a My Games page? ๐Ÿ˜•

    Whoa!
  13. Standard memberTychoo
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    19 Feb '09 13:43
    With the manage my game function๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ˜€
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    19 Feb '09 14:43
    Originally posted by Russ
    Clearly, this change has been very unpopular, so I will make a rash decision to prevent further confusion (we are feeling it on the feedback), and revert the general layout to as it was before and re-introduce the inbox.

    All games that currently appear on the “My Current Games” will be stored in the “inbox”. All others will appear in the archive folder (unless already archived elsewhere)

    This will happen sometime today.
    Thank you for returning the inbox!
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