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  1. Standard member thire
    Xebite
    12 Mar '03 14:36
    why can't we leave the maximum exepted hames leave blank (there is NO filter) as it is possible for timeout-filter?
  2. Donation Rhymester
    and RedHotTed
    12 Mar '03 16:04
    Originally posted by thire
    why can't we leave the maximum exepted hames leave blank (there is NO filter) as it is possible for timeout-filter?
    Just set it to a really high number if you're worried... but with only 25 games in progress it's not really going to be a problem.. πŸ˜‰

    Rhymester
  3. 12 Mar '03 16:29
    Originally posted by thire
    why can't we leave the maximum exepted hames leave blank (there is NO filter) as it is possible for timeout-filter?
    if you put in '0' than click update you will accept unlimited games
  4. Standard member thire
    Xebite
    12 Mar '03 18:13
    Originally posted by UncleAdam
    if you put in '0' than click update you will accept unlimited games
    okay! that's what i wanted to know!
    THANKS!
    th
  5. Standard member Omnislash
    Digital Blasphemy
    13 Mar '03 08:25
    I think a time out filter is a good idea. I know you can always check a game before you start playing it, but it would be a nice convenience. I also think this would help people to not be so upset if they get timed out and could be a good asset to those planning on taking a vacation.
  6. 14 Mar '03 06:44
    Originally posted by UncleAdam
    if you put in '0' than click update you will accept unlimited games
    Sorry Adam but you are wrong. Placing a zero '0' in the maximum games will mean all games are refused.

    -mike
  7. 14 Mar '03 07:10
    Originally posted by trekkie
    Sorry Adam but you are wrong. Placing a zero '0' in the maximum games will mean all games are refused.

    -mike
    well it works for me, I put zero in and now it says unlimited, did you try it?
  8. Donation Rhymester
    and RedHotTed
    14 Mar '03 07:53
    Originally posted by UncleAdam
    well it works for me, I put zero in and now it says unlimited, did you try it?
    Klingons don't 'try things' they just do things and if it doesn't work they use a disrupter on it... πŸ˜‰
  9. 14 Mar '03 08:22
    Originally posted by Rhymester
    Klingons don't 'try things' they just do things and if it doesn't work they use a disrupter on it... πŸ˜‰
    sounds like thatπŸ˜‰
  10. Standard member Omnislash
    Digital Blasphemy
    14 Mar '03 08:30
    Originally posted by Rhymester
    Klingons don't 'try things' they just do things and if it doesn't work they use a disrupter on it... πŸ˜‰
    Not that there's anything wrong with that mind you. πŸ˜‰
  11. 21 Mar '03 06:01
    Originally posted by Rhymester
    Klingons don't 'try things' they just do things and if it doesn't work they use a disrupter on it... πŸ˜‰
    Ryhmester
    Go read another thread of mine, below. I think you will find that Klingons are always right, well at least this time πŸ˜€

    http://www.redhotpawn.com/board/showthread.php?id=4338

    -mike