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    30 Dec '09 18:48
    How do I check the record of games against another player?
  2. Standard memberTraveling Again
    I'm 1/4 Ninja
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    30 Dec '09 18:52
    Originally posted by Jack Leininger
    How do I check the record of games against another player?
    -Select "My Home" from the My Home drop down menu at the top left.
    -Then select the "My Performance" link under the icons. This will list your record against everyone you've played.

    this direct link might work
    http://www.timeforchess.com/myhome/myvs.php
  3. Standard memberzozozozo
    Thread Killing Chimp
    In your retina!:D
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    30 Dec '09 20:28
    Originally posted by Jack Leininger
    How do I check the record of games against another player?
    As Traveling Again explained.

    If you want to know the record for a specific player this method could be faster:
    - View the players profile.
    - Click the "<Player>'s public games" link.
    - Type your own name at the "Player 2" field.
    - Hit the "Search" button.
  4. Joined
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    05 Jan '10 04:33
    Is it possible to have your record against that player displayed on their main profile page?
  5. SubscriberKewpieonline
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    05 Jan '10 08:50
    Originally posted by jagct
    Is it possible to have your record against that player displayed on their main profile page?
    Just about anything is possible, but it hasn't been programmed. Suggest you ask this question in Site Ideas Forum and see if people are interested enough to support your request.
  6. SubscriberPonderable
    chemist
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    05 Jan '10 18:33
    Originally posted by Kewpie
    Just about anything is possible, but it hasn't been programmed. Suggest you ask this question in Site Ideas Forum and see if people are interested enough to support your request.
    There is a greasemonkey script by ourobouros which gives that information. I think you find them as RHP scripts at the greasemonkey siteor something like that.
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