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I'm sick and tired of losing live chess games because of the crap drag and drop board, the amount of times it drops my piece in the wrong square causing me to loose the game is ridiculus, I would suggest a click system were you click the piece you want to move then click the square you want to move to would eliminate this problem and before anyone says my internet connection is very fast.
I thought click and click was possible.
i click and click
Funny, I'm getting well from it. One man's poison is another man's cure...
Clicking is possible but it's slower.
I'm pretty sure what you suggest already works, but if it doesn't it certainly should!
1. "I" not "it" drops my piece.
2. As mentioned already, what you ask for is already there.
3. I drag pieces, and have yet to drop one in the wrong place.
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