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It would be cool if we can flip the board when observing a game. I don't always want to watch from whites perspective.
also, what about an interface that could connect to live chess? Is that possible?
or how about arrows and highlights when analyzing a game?
both been suggested before, so maybe the staff will add one or both in future. see here> http://www.chess.com/forum/view/community/chesscom-desktop-client---coming-soon-join-here-to-help-test-it
those are already there. when in a live analysis board, right click highlights the square, right-click and drag creates an arrow
how about making the chat box a little bigger?
I think the chat box needs o be bigger as well
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