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  1. Donation vaknso
    The Ambassador
    14 Nov '02 14:24
    I have clocks all the time in my Quick Fire Tournament. I got very
    frustrated having to go to my games and then having to view
    complete list and then wait for the complete list to open. Geniejml
    pointed out to me that if I just go to the page my clocks are on it
    opens up faster than the complete list. An opponent of mine in play
    said we have creted a wierd sort of clockminton game. That is a
    combination of clock and hittin it back an forth between two players.
    Right now all my clocks are in my opponents court.

    John
    King of MAP
  2. 14 Nov '02 15:04
    I found it easier to just untick the "Go to next waiting game after move?"
    option and then click "refresh" when my mail client beeps at me telling me that
    I have new RedHotPawn e-mail! :-)

    Would be nicer if the "Go to next waiting game after move?" _stayed_ unticked
    after you moved though.
  3. 14 Nov '02 15:07
    Not sure if this is exactly what you are getting at but to turn off "go to
    next waiting game after move" go to your settings and deselect the
    box at the bottom of the page.

    Apologies if this is not what you are getting at!

    Mark
    The Squirrel Lover
  4. 14 Nov '02 16:27
    D'oh! Completely forgot about that. This is perfect, thanks! :-)
  5. Donation GENIEJML
    Member Since 2001
    14 Nov '02 23:14
    Yes the quick navigation for clock chasers makes it easier and faster.
    Also if you are running AOL to do chess moves the site moves alot
    faster if you minimize AOL after logging on and then open INTERNET
    EXPLORER the site will load quicker thus avoiding the annying RED
    clock syndrome

    Jason
    Soon to be traitor in MAP WAR
  6. Donation vaknso
    The Ambassador
    15 Nov '02 02:55
    What!!!! A crown Prince to turn Traitor???? Let us take this to the
    general forum. Maybe there will be a beheading.
    John
    King of MAP