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I have been a member for a few weeks during which time I have lost many games because in trying to make a move using a mouse, the move only covers one square even though the mouse may cover more than one square. It therefore appears that I have made quite ludicrous and losing moves. Is this a common problem?
Hi scorpito. To solve it you do this: click the piece you want to move and then click where you want the piece. Do not drag the pieces. Two clicks per move and problem solved. Cheers.
Many thanks Likethe Lake albeit very belated. Scorpito
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