Originally posted by greenpawn34Yeah, I prefer here too OVERALL - but they admittedly have some nice chess-related features that this site lacks, like the HINT tags, a more sensible playing interface [move history and analyze board are right on the game page - no need to load any further pages to use them], and better conditional moves implementation.
Nice. but prefer here
I notice they have a general Forum with this added.
'Post anything you want here, doesn't have to be chess related;
but please - [b]no politics or religion
Also all the mods are listed and named.
Go check and see.
Nice but prefer here even with the small bug in the PGN thingy.[/b]
Originally posted by skeeterI'd settle for a compromise on the HIDDEN tags - make them A) allow multiple lines and B) not fail to work if there's an apostrophe.
There is good and not so good features on both sites - drag/drop or point-and-shoot is a player option on SM, but not offered on TFC. The hint/tags, non-reload of the analyse board, history and material pages, no politics/religion in the fora attracts whilst the ruff and scruff code of this site also appeals. Moderator transparency is not an issue but the he ...[text shortened]... n both sites and enjoy each in for what they uniquely provide.
Each to their own.
Originally posted by greenpawn34WHINE
Yes by all means they should go in and nick a few ideas.
But there again I'm a traditionalist. I hate change.
I play openings busted in the 60's (the 1860's), I listen to The Beatles
all day and I still wear the clothes my father wore.
No leave everything broken - including the PGN thingy as any attempt
to repair it will no doubt break something else.