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Some folks make one move, or no moves, then just let the time expire. I wouldn't mind, except their names show up at the top of my in-progress list every time it refreshes. I still want the games in which it's my move to show up at the top, of course, but is there any way to make the list automatically move boards to the bottom after X hours of inactivity?
Ah, hah, took me long enough to figure this one out-- I can just keep interesting games open in their own tabs.
No, but the idea of reordering the games list has been discussed ...
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