1. Standard memberrhb
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    22 Feb '06 23:15
    I'd like to see an optional view of the player tables (or just within players profiles) to show W-L-D as % of games played for each player.

    This would be a more accurate reflection of the individuals relative performance, although I understand it wouldn't take into account the quality of anyones opponents (i.e. 100% win ratio against 1900 opponents).

    Just a thought... maybe the seed of an idea if others choose to think around it and develop it a bit - this is a caring sharing community afterall 🙂
  2. Standard memberXanthosNZ
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    23 Feb '06 01:33
    Originally posted by rhb
    I'd like to see an optional view of the player tables (or just within players profiles) to show W-L-D as % of games played for each player.

    This would be a more accurate reflection of the individuals relative performance, although I understand it wouldn't take into account the quality of anyones opponents (i.e. 100% win ratio against 1900 opponents).

    Just ...[text shortened]... hoose to think around it and develop it a bit - this is a caring sharing community afterall 🙂
    Use Firefox, install Greasemonkey.

    Go to http://members.shaw.ca/ouroboros/RHP/tables.user.js and in the tools menu there should be an install script option. Do so.

    Ta-da.

    (As the location indicates ouroboros did the work on this not me). Support could possibly be found at Thread 27452.
  3. Standard memberrhb
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    23 Feb '06 22:33
    Originally posted by XanthosNZ
    Use Firefox, install Greasemonkey.

    Go to http://members.shaw.ca/ouroboros/RHP/tables.user.js and in the tools menu there should be an install script option. Do so.

    Ta-da.

    (As the location indicates ouroboros did the work on this not me). Support could possibly be found at Thread 27452.
    Ta-da indeed. I already use FF as my browser, Not done greasemonkey and beyond yet but if it does the trick, how useful.