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It would be nice to have a feature that would automatically download games played, observed, or analyzed on the live chess server (for instance quality USCL games that a user would want to study) saved to the user's hard disk. That way the user would not always have to download games manually on a regular basis to study them. Additionally some observed games are tedious to find again.
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I second this. Not too hard to have a text file update.
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