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Has anyone else noticed that when people post their games into a forum, and annotate them as part of teh PGN, that the annotation is often interrupted by the link for "sharing" the post (presumably via Facebook or something similar)?
It has bugged me for a while, and just wondred if either Chess.com staff knew about it, or if it irritates other users? Sometimes I can't actually read the annotations made to the game, as the annotation falls behind this link...
good point. hrmm... perhaps we need to add some space after it.
Yep - my thoughts as well - just add a small space after every post so the overlap never happens.
Appreciate the quick reply - and might I also add what a great site this is, and thank you for all your hard work.
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