Originally posted by rwingettYes I noticed that too. I also noticed that (n)otebook is preceeded by a line shift in the main text but not in the message header. ? I then looked at the preceeding typed letter and it appears that when it is made with the right hand the (n) registers but when with the left it does not ? This all assumes it is a standard 101 keyboard .
Your post intrigues me for some rather irrelevant reasons. You have spelled "notebook" as "otebook" three times in a row and then finally spelled it correctly the fourth time. These three identical spelling errors appear to be the only ones in your post, all the other spelling and punctuation seems to be correct. It is possible that a simple typing erro ...[text shortened]... word. So I am at a loss to explain how this rather intriguing error came to pass. Any thoughts?
Originally posted by thireActually, it might not be so easy to do as you would hope.
I wanted to add that this is a very old and perhaps easy to fullfilled wish...
Originally posted by RolandYoungThis isn't a problem. One on my TODO list is to revisit the right hand column on the board view. This work will be bundled in with that. But, I must admit, my updates to the main site are a bit slow at the moment, as I'm now focusing on getting RHP Live availble as soon as possible.
Actually, it might not be so easy to do as you would hope.
As things are now, when it's your turn, yours is the only account that would update the game record in the RHP database (timeouts possibly excepted.) But if you want to edit the game notes, you could be doing that at the same moment as your opponent is making his move. Depending on the way t ...[text shortened]... emented, allowing for this could make Russ's life much more complicated.
Any comments, Russ?