Messaging glitch!!!!!!!!

Doctorgt3
Lately whenever I open a chat message and type anything, when I return to the game the clock is frozen, my opponent appears not to have made a move, about two minutes go by and it says that my opponent one because I abandoned the game. i’ve lost about 10 matches like this. The last couple of times, I just resigned the match and as I did the opponents piece finally moved as the message said that I resigned. Please fix this glitch!!!!!!
CRYYSIS

I am really sorry

PawnsRuleAll
I get this glitch too. Sucks!
billyhussa
Same. Painful
staples13

I think chess.com should add a “ruins” section to the forum which is not accessible to the general public but only accessible to members of at least 6 months and who have had at least 500 posts. In this ruins section the posting rules would be significantly less strict. Make it happen chess.com!

Martin_Stahl
staples13 wrote:

I think chess.com should add a “ruins” section to the forum which is not accessible to the general public but only accessible to members of at least 6 months and who have had at least 500 posts. In this ruins section the posting rules would be significantly less strict. Make it happen chess.com!

 

The site used to have a Premium only forum category. They got rid of that, so I doubt they would implement another one with a post requirement condition.

Doctorgt3
staples13 wrote:

I think chess.com should add a “ruins” section to the forum which is not accessible to the general public but only accessible to members of at least 6 months and who have had at least 500 posts. In this ruins section the posting rules would be significantly less strict. Make it happen chess.com!

What the hell are you rambling about

CRYYSIS

Hmmm, I wonder

staples13
Doctorgt3 wrote:
staples13 wrote:

I think chess.com should add a “ruins” section to the forum which is not accessible to the general public but only accessible to members of at least 6 months and who have had at least 500 posts. In this ruins section the posting rules would be significantly less strict. Make it happen chess.com!

What the hell are you rambling about

It’s a great idea