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  1. Standard member thire
    Xebite
    05 Mar '04 10:28
    in games with a timebank there are no warningclocks before the timebank is being used.
  2. Standard member skeeter
    515 + 30 days
    05 Mar '04 19:13
    Originally posted by thire
    in games with a timebank there are no warningclocks before the timebank is being used.
    Yes, and we have been here before with this. It would also be nice to see when your opponent is using their timebank.
    And my old chessnut (pun intended) change the 'Last Move ' column to 'next time control' as the 'last move 'column is only relative if ALL your games have the same time controls, which they clearly do not.

    skeeter
  3. Standard member skeeter
    515 + 30 days
    07 Mar '04 00:03
    Originally posted by skeeter
    Yes, and we have been here before with this. It would also be nice to see when your opponent is using their timebank.
    And my old chessnut (pun intended) change the 'Last Move ' column to 'next time control' as the 'last move 'column is only relative if ALL your games have the same time controls, which they clearly do not.

    skeeter
    Bump
  4. Standard member flexmore
    Quack Quack Quack !
    07 Mar '04 02:16

    personally i think it best if we don't even know how much timebank our oponent has left.
    then we just play chess, and don't play clock tricks.

    of course we should know as much as possible about our own time out issues - when our timebank is being eaten etc.
  5. Standard member skeeter
    515 + 30 days
    07 Mar '04 10:23
    Originally posted by thire
    in games with a timebank there are no warningclocks before the timebank is being used.
    bumped
  6. Standard member skeeter
    515 + 30 days
    07 Mar '04 22:21
    Originally posted by thire
    in games with a timebank there are no warningclocks before the timebank is being used.
    bump
  7. Standard member thire
    Xebite
    09 Mar '04 09:13
    sorry skeeter, but I do not understand...
    th
  8. Standard member skeeter
    515 + 30 days
    09 Mar '04 10:17
    Originally posted by thire
    in games with a timebank there are no warningclocks before the timebank is being used.
    bump
  9. Standard member skeeter
    515 + 30 days
    09 Mar '04 10:21
    Originally posted by thire
    sorry skeeter, but I do not understand...
    th
    Ok, I'll bump it so you can read it again. Everything always seems clearer when it's read again

    skeeter
  10. Standard member skeeter
    515 + 30 days
    09 Mar '04 19:10
    Originally posted by thire
    in games with a timebank there are no warningclocks before the timebank is being used.
    bump#234,987
  11. Standard member skeeter
    515 + 30 days
    10 Mar '04 04:46
    Originally posted by thire
    in games with a timebank there are no warningclocks before the timebank is being used.
    ummm bump #236,799
  12. Standard member skeeter
    515 + 30 days
    10 Mar '04 04:47
    Originally posted by skeeter
    Yes, and we have been here before with this. It would also be nice to see when your opponent is using their timebank.
    And my old chessnut (pun intended) change the 'Last Move ' column to 'next time control' as the 'last move 'column is only relative if ALL your games have the same time controls, which they clearly do not.

    skeeter
    bump
  13. 10 Mar '04 08:58
    Originally posted by skeeter
    bump
    Skeeter
    I get the feeling you are trying to make a point but i am not quite sure ? Instead of posting 'Bump' could you please say what you mean.

    If it is about time bamk clocks than I would welcome its addition to the site. However I just might be a little more patient than you seem to be, since I feel Chrismo and Russ have enough on their respective plates. Particularly perfecting that anti-cheating code you seem to want so badly.

    -trekkie
  14. Standard member flexmore
    Quack Quack Quack !
    10 Mar '04 11:12
    Originally posted by trekkie
    Skeeter
    I get the feeling you are trying to make a point but i am not quite sure ? Instead of posting 'Bump' could you please say what you mean.

    If it [b]is
    about time bamk clocks than I would welcome its addition to the site. However I just might be a little more patient than you seem to be, since I feel Chrismo and Russ have enough on their resp ...[text shortened]... e plates. Particularly perfecting that anti-cheating code you seem to want so badly.

    -trekkie[/b]
    trekkie: look at skeeter's drawn games, and you will understand that you are wasting your breath.

    (no offense meant skeeter - well no more than normal anyway)
  15. 10 Mar '04 16:19
    In case anyone is still confused, "bump" is a short way of saying "I think this topic is important enough to want this thread to stay near the top of the list, but I haven't anything new to say about it".

    Of course if everyone kept bumping their favourite threads like this, the forums would become much less worth reading. People would also probably start ignoring threads whose last poster was known to have a low signal to noise ratio.