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    21 Aug '17 23:34
    Could we note in the game log if a draw offer has been made?
    Thanks,
    Dave
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    chemist
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    16 Oct '17 15:29
    Originally posted by @dcpk
    Could we note in the game log if a draw offer has been made?
    Thanks,
    Dave
    Should be quite easy to insert a {=} into the pgn.
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    Dave
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    17 Oct '17 13:38
    Originally posted by @dcpk
    Could we note in the game log if a draw offer has been made?
    Thanks,
    Dave
    This has been asked before.I get round it by making a note on the games notes saying draw offered
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    17 Oct '17 14:04
    Originally posted by @dcpk
    Could we note in the game log if a draw offer has been made?
    Thanks,
    Dave
    It's officially required in hand-written notation.
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    17 Oct '17 19:42
    Also, could we have the draw offer to opponent flagged in the status column ?

    Currently if an opponent offers you a draw you will see "Your decision" in the status bar.

    We used to also have "Opponent''s decision" in the same bar if you offered your opponent a draw.

    Could that be reinstated ?
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    18 Oct '17 09:06
    Originally posted by @mghrn55
    Also, could we have the draw offer to opponent flagged in the status column ?

    Currently if an opponent offers you a draw you will see "Your decision" in the status bar.

    We used to also have "Opponent''s decision" in the same bar if you offered your opponent a draw.

    Could that be reinstated ?
    You do already know that, though. If he accepted, it's a draw. If he declined, he has moved and it's your turn. If he hasn't decided yet, it's his.
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    23 Oct '17 19:14
    I was just curious for the following reasons.
    1. If I offer a draw and refused, don't like to offer again
    2. Curious how may times I offer and actually outcome win/lose/draw
    3. FIDE notation is = when draw is offered. Though this isn't part of algebraic notation.

    Dave
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    23 Oct '17 19:24
    I was just curious for the following reasons.
    1. If I offer a draw and refused, don't like to offer again
    2. Curious how may times I offer and actually outcome win/lose/draw
    3. FIDE notation is = when draw is offered. Though this isn't part of algebraic notation.

    Dave
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