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Is it possible to see when a member last loged in?
1. If you hover over someone's name in a forum posting, it shows you their Last Online (Date and Time).
2. Both Member Search and a person's profile page show you the date (but not the time) of a member's last login.
3. MY HOME -> Online Chess -> View Players shows you how long since the person was last online. This is expressed in either minutes, hours, days, months or years - whichever is most appropriate.
Thanks for the answer
If someone has played 11 moves in the last few days how can they have last been on-line 13 days ago ?
I suppose they use a mobile-application which might not be counted. There's also the possibility of conditional moves, but 11 in a row isn't that usual.
The conditional moves would not be possible in the 2 games we are playing, besides that they don't move immediately. I suppose a mobile application could be possible thanks
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