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    26 Feb '06 15:41
    an option for updating the comments in the notebook, without actually making a move, would be appreciated. right now, we can only update the comments when we make a move, or when our opponent is to move. Since this is a correspondence chess website, one might look at a board, think about what move to make, get a brilliant thought and want to write it down, but not want to make a move yet.
  2. Standard memberAiko
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    26 Feb '06 16:35
    But you can, although not being that obvious...: just type in the text you wish to note down. And just press move. Do not move a piece. This will cause you to move, obviously. But if you only type down your comment, this is the only thing that gets processed.
  3. Standard memberrhb
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    26 Feb '06 21:39
    Originally posted by Aiko
    But you can, although not being that obvious...: just type in the text you wish to note down. And just press move. Do not move a piece. This will cause you to move, obviously. But if you only type down your comment, this is the only thing that gets processed.
    never thought to try that.
  4. Standard memberRagnorak
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    27 Feb '06 12:56
    Originally posted by rhb
    never thought to try that.
    Its a new, but not at all intuitive implementation that Russ put in on the new version.

    None of the beta testers liked it, but Russ has chosen to stick with it for now. Hopefully, he'll add a much more intuitive (and consistent) method of having a "Save Notebook Changes" link, ala when its not your move.

    D
  5. Standard memberrhb
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    27 Feb '06 18:00
    Originally posted by Ragnorak
    None of the beta testers liked it,
    Beggars can't be choosers - it does the job and for that I applaud loudly!
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