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  1. 06 Jan '04 20:33
    Hi,

    Sorry to keep starting threads on this, but nobody has been commenting. We get notifications when a draw offer is accepted; why not when an opponent gives up?

    Thanks, MP
  2. Donation rwingett
    Ming the Merciless
    06 Jan '04 21:01
    Originally posted by AntoniusBlck
    Hi,

    Sorry to keep starting threads on this, but nobody has been commenting. We get notifications when a draw offer is accepted; why not when an opponent gives up?

    Thanks, MP
    It may be because a draw offer requires some input from you, either to answer yes or no. If your opponent resigns, nothing more is required from you.
  3. 06 Jan '04 22:09
    Good point, but it would still be nice to be told...
    MP
  4. 06 Jan '04 22:11
    Also, I do seem to recall that I've gotten notifications when a draw offer has been accepted, not just when one has been offered to me.
  5. Subscriber Russ
    RHP Code Monkey
    07 Jan '04 00:55
    Not sending a resignation email is a little inconsistent with the draw behaviour, you are right.

    I will add one shortly.

    -Russ
  6. 07 Jan '04 15:52
    Hi Russ,

    Thanks! -MP