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Re: [Bug-gnubg] A couple of PR requests

From: Joern Thyssen
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] A couple of PR requests
Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2003 12:47:02 +0000
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On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 10:05:46AM -0300, Albert Silver wrote
> > For what it's worth, I don't know if it's well documented that you can
> > pretty much fly through the list to the location you want by clicking
> on
> > the
> > location button in the scroll bar (at the right of the player records
> > window).  If you hold down the mouse button and drag the locator
> button
> > down
> > the page, you can easily jump to the record you need.
> I have a friend who plays quite a lot on TrueMoneyGames, but complains
> that often a player accepting a challenge (or table) won't wait the time
> it takes him to check the Player Records, hence causing him to lose an
> opponent. He's been on my case quite a bit on this so I am fulfilling my
> promise to pass on the request. I did play a bit on TMG recently and
> didn't have much trouble, so I'll sit down and see how he's doing this. 
> Personally, aside from the FIBS rating request, one I would *REALLY*
> like to see, whether on the fly or as an addition to the genuine PR, I'd
> like to see it possible to re-order the names by clicking on the
> appropriate columns. In other words, be able to re-order everything by
> error rate, luck, etc. and be able to see who is doing best or worst. It
> isn't very important, but it would be nice.

I don't think you should except to see any updates of the players'
records. As discussed earlier the grand plan is to provide some
relational database interface. 

Anyway, you can do Edit->Enter Command: record show XyZ

This might be faster. However, do note the case sensivity of the player
name. I usually have the no gui version of gnubg running so after an invite
I can do:

record show opponentnick
record show mynick

for fast comparison of cube and chequerplay rates, so I can decide if
I'm favourite enough to kick some ass :-)


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