1. Standard memberwargamer66
    Steve B.
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    08 Sep '06 21:02
    A move takeback feature for unrated games. This would be for giving lessons, trying things out.
  2. Standard memberwargamer66
    Steve B.
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    09 Sep '06 05:16
    Yes, just for training games, with a box check.
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    09 Sep '06 15:29
    rated games = NO WAY!
    unrated = yes, its a damn good idea, provided of course the other player can choose to acept or decline.
  4. Standard memberwargamer66
    Steve B.
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    19 Sep '06 01:38
    Originally posted by Shinidoki
    rated games = NO WAY!
    unrated = yes, its a damn good idea, provided of course the other player can choose to acept or decline.
    Exactly, only for training games....inter-clan and the like. I'm playing two training games right now and being stuck with moves makes it fairly difficult.
  5. Standard memberc99ux
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    19 Sep '06 14:03
    Originally posted by wargamer66
    A move takeback feature for unrated games. This would be for giving lessons, trying things out.
    Yes, I agree it's a good idea for unrated games, for educational purposes.
    But why limit it to a single move? How about an option to save the game, and go back to the start and play it differently? Then the saved game could be continued at a later time.
  6. Standard memberRed Night
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    19 Sep '06 20:141 edit
    Originally posted by c99ux
    Yes, I agree it's a good idea for unrated games, for educational purposes.
    But why limit it to a single move? How about an option to save the game, and go back to the start and play it differently? Then the saved game could be continued at a later time.
    All good ideas.

    And not a single name calling incident.
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