1. Domincan Republic
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    20 Nov '06 05:172 edits
    When I look at all my games the finished ones are all red, it would be easyer to understand if won games were as an example green and lost games yellow or something like that.

    Of course I mean the square at the left of the game lost/won anouncement
  2. U.S.A.
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    22 Nov '06 07:301 edit
    Originally posted by Superman
    When I look at all my games the finished ones are all red, it would be easyer to understand if won games were as an example green and lost games yellow or something like that.

    Of course I mean the square at the left of the game lost/won anouncement
    I just recently found out that redhotpawn has a feature where you can create your own folder and put games inside of them.
    Maybe it would help you to find the games you're looking for faster if you created 1 folder called "wins" and one called "losses" and put your games into them. I am currently organizing mine by openings.(finished ones)
  3. Domincan Republic
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    22 Nov '06 18:39
    Originally posted by Pavlo87
    I just recently found out that redhotpawn has a feature where you can create your own folder and put games inside of them.
    Maybe it would help you to find the games you're looking for faster if you created 1 folder called "wins" and one called "losses" and put your games into them. I am currently organizing mine by openings.(finished ones)
    I will take a look at it, but the way I do it is select all games, then all games show, but they have the same color on the square, its red on lost and won games, so you have to be reading wich one is won or lost.

    I will try to organize, but I would have liked to have them all in one folder.
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    22 Nov '06 19:40
    Superman
    Definitely you're right...I'm agree with you about this.
  5. U.S.A.
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    23 Nov '06 11:046 edits
    Originally posted by Superman
    I will take a look at it, but the way I do it is select all games, then all games show, but they have the same color on the square, its red on lost and won games, so you have to be reading wich one is won or lost.

    I will try to organize, but I would have liked to have them all in one folder.
    When I first heard about folders and stuff i think i remember it being kinda hard for me trying to figure out how to create them and put games inside and stuff. Let me walk you through it.

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    1. click on the link called "My games". It's on the top left side of the screen.

    2. Right under the "my games" link it says "manage folders" click on that.

    3. It takes you to a new screen now. On the very left side of the screen it says "New Folder". Click on that. And name it whatever you want.
    Maybe you can call one "wins" and one "losses" or you could say "English Opening games" etc.

    4. After you choose a name it will say "Folder Created."
    On that same screen, look right above and find the words "manage games". Click on that.

    5. Now it takes you back to your games. And something is different now.
    Too the right of the screen there is a little box next to your game.
    click on that box.

    6. After you've clicked all the boxes you're interested in. Look straight up above all the boxes it's like 1 inch above the very first box and find the words "put in folder". Click on that.

    7. After you click on the link "put in folder" a pop-up box appears showing all the folders, you've created. Click on whatever one you want to put your games inside. 🙂
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    I think you're color coded game idea would be nice though. Maybe someone will see your post and consider that. Good luck! 🙂
    I hope my walkthrough helped. 🙂

    -- Paul (Pavlo87)
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