Originally posted by RussMaybe another option here would be to add a "catch-up" day for the person who turns off the vacation flag.
When the vacation flag was first introduced it was impossible to move when it was on. I have since changed this, expecting people to use it responsibly, as it appears most do, judging from this thread.
The main reason for this change was because it was possible for a user to return from vacation, turn off their flag so they could start to clear their (no do ...[text shortened]... d out by some over enthusiastic opponent before they had an opportunity to make a move.
Originally posted by mwmillerI don't think that's the right solution, as someone could just turn on their flag for a couple of and hours, and then take it off again so to get a day without T/O's. (I'm talking about 1 and 0 day T/O's here)
Maybe another option here would be to add a "catch-up" day for the person who turns off the vacation flag.
Once they clear it, they could move in each of their waiting games once before the flag clears on the opponents screen for that game.
just a thought,
a) Count the days that s.o. is on vacation. This number can be constraint by let's say 35.Now I've heard Russ' logic for the change I like it. We've always had to rely on people using the icon fairly, and this is just a slight explansion of that.
b) this numer can be be shown in the profile (like "thire took 25 vacationdays in the last 365"