1. Standard memberwormwood
    If Theres Hell Below
    We're All Gonna Go!
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    28 Apr '06 00:23
    how about adding the number of games completed into the tournament crosstable score? as it is, you have to count how many games a player has completed to get any idea how the group is progressing. it doesn't help that you have to do it separately for both colours. I lost count of how many times I've lost count.

    how about instead of the sole score:

    score/number_of_completed_games ?

    or even:

    score wins losses draws completed_games

    this way you'd see instantly how people are performing.

    hyperlinking players' names to their profiles would also be helpful. instead of having to open a separate window for manually looking people.
  2. Subscriberouroboros
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    28 Apr '06 15:31
    Originally posted by wormwood
    hyperlinking players' names to their profiles would also be helpful. instead of having to open a separate window for manually looking people.
    See Thread 28420 for one-click access to a member's profile.

    I'll look into the creating a more informative score and see if it is possible.
  3. Subscriberouroboros
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    27 Jul '06 16:31
    A new version of the tournament page script is at:

    http://members.shaw.ca/ouroboros/RHP/tournament.user.js

    which adds the maximum possible score for each player.
  4. Standard membercoentje
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    29 Jul '06 16:09
    Originally posted by ouroboros
    A new version of the tournament page script is at:

    http://members.shaw.ca/ouroboros/RHP/tournament.user.js

    which adds the maximum possible score for each player.
    Hi,

    I was just wondering if it would be possible too to add a way to see in wich tournaments you are still active (or at least if you are still in the active round)

    For the rest....Great scripts, keep them coming 🙂
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