TT problem

  • #1

    I was recently made a TT mod, and then re-demoted, but I'm still (permanently) in Approval Mode so I can't do any training, and have no way to turn it off.

  • #2

    Only staff and current mods would understand this.

  • #3
    Windows-7_ wrote:

    Only staff and current mods would understand this.


    Then why did you put it in a public forum?

    Only Windows-7_ would understand this.

  • #4
    mrguy888 wrote:
    Windows-7_ wrote:

    Only staff and current mods would understand this.


    Then why did you put it in a public forum?

    Only Windows-7_ would understand this.


    TT means Tactics Trainer in Chess.com speak. Approval Mode is the problem editing mode.

  • #5
    Windows-7_ wrote:
    mrguy888 wrote:
    Windows-7_ wrote:

    Only staff and current mods would understand this.


    Then why did you put it in a public forum?

    Only Windows-7_ would understand this.


    TT means Tactics Trainer in Chess.com speak. Approval Mode is the problem editing mode.


    A public forum is a place that is open for public expression. Windows-7_ is a member of chess.com.

    How is this helping?

  • #6
    Windows-7_ wrote:

    Only staff and current mods would understand this.


    I was named a mod about a month ago. Even i don't know. Go message a staff member, please, because you're not gonna get much help from those regular members.

  • #7
    Godspawn wrote:
    Windows-7_ wrote:

    I was recently made a TT mod, and then re-demoted, but I'm still (permanently) in Approval Mode so I can't do any training, and have no way to turn it off.


    Besides showing off, why is this in a public forum?


    He already answered that question with "TT means Tactics Trainer in Chess.com speak. Approval Mode is the problem editing mode."

  • #8

    I repeat what I said two posts above.

  • #9
    Windows-7_ wrote:

    Only staff and current mods would understand this.

    How about former mods?...

  • #10

    I messaged DeepGreene but got no reply after more than a day.

  • #11

    Well, there's your problem right there, he probably forgot all about it!  Try waiting for less than a day this time and see what happens.

  • #12
    AndyClifton wrote:

    Well, there's your problem right there, he probably forgot all about it!  Try waiting for less than a day this time and see what happens.


    I don't like bugging staff members over and over again, especially since they tend to be busy.

  • #13
    Sorry guys - I missed the message entirely. Win7, I think it's fixed now (?).
  • #14

    It isn't. I can supply a screenshot if you'd like.

  • #15

    I've heard that Linux is superior to Windows7, grasshopper.

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