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When I try to play against a computer the back row of pieces for the computer oppenent are not visable to me completely, they are partially cut off. Does any one else have this issue.
same problem, but no solution
Are you using internet explorer by any chance? If the answer is yes, could you try using Google Chrome or Firefox and see if the problem persists?
yes, I was using internet explorer. Tried firefox and it worked ok. Then went back to explorer and now it's working, for the first time in about a month trying daily. Whatever you did, thanks!
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