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  1. Standard member player42
    Happy Hour Hero.
    21 May '04 21:15
    If you make a move and then press MOVE, but then you decide that that was a stupid move, you can click on the After-move preference and that will stop your move from being posted. 😉

    Pretty cool for morons like me, but it should probably be final after you press MOVE. That's like taking your hand off the piece...
  2. Standard member skeeter
    515 + 30 days
    21 May '04 22:19
    Originally posted by player420
    If you make a move and then press MOVE, but then you decide that that was a stupid move, you can click on the After-move preference and that will stop your move from being posted. 😉

    Pretty cool for morons like me, but it should probably be final after you press MOVE. That's like taking your hand off the piece...
    Wow' I'm sure that slipped past in the code re-hash? Don't expect it to be there much longer!

    skeeter
  3. 21 May '04 22:46
    Ok, now we know, please edit it away so nobody else finds out 😀
  4. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    22 May '04 04:34
    Won't work with hi-speed access... no time to click! I can't wait to get home to the safety of my dial-up.

    P-
  5. Standard member Nemesio
    Ursulakantor
    24 May '04 15:23 / 1 edit
    [bump] Russ did you see this? Usually you address something this serious by a reply post.
  6. Subscriber Russ
    RHP Code Monkey
    25 May '04 08:17
    I don’t consider this such a big problem. There is little I can do about it either - people on slow connections can do anything, such as pressing stop, or closing the browser – as long as they are really quick about it.

    For those on faster connections – just don’t click move until you are satisfied with your move. Simple.

    -Russ