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Author Topic:   Navigation
Teulk
Member
posted October 22, 2003 03:45 PM            
As of late, I have been having a devil of a time navigating on the game board page. It seems that "lag"--on my end only??--seems to limit my ability to respond to/or make challenges. If there is a lot of action on the game board, then it is near impossible to start/finish a game without eithrer being kicked off the server, or having the server time out before/during, and even after the game.
Is this just a problem on my end, or are there others experiencing the same problems? I'd really like to know, so I can either just put up with it (it's making the game much less enjoyable, I can tell you that), or hope for a cure to the problem.
I realize that with the upcoming release of the new Tournament ball, that this may make the whole deal redundant, but it still would be nice if this "problem" were addressed.

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LDA
Administrator
posted October 22, 2003 05:02 PM            
We decided that we needed to fix the Rival Ball server problem before finishing Tournament so Rob is working on it now.

A fix should be in by the end of the week or early next...

Jim

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Skull Man
Member
posted October 23, 2003 04:40 AM            
...I have the same problem.. It something wrong with their server... not yours...

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Teulk
Member
posted October 28, 2003 12:58 PM            
Well, the problem only seems to get worse...now I can no longer see the "challenge box" when somebody wants to join my game. On top of that, I can no longer enter a chat room. Been trying repeatedly to find out if this is a single case, or if others are experiencing the same things.
Looks like the other players are getting tons of games in--they are always moving about the game board with supposed ease--and I have contacted my provider for troubleshooting, but all is well with the service.
So I am a bit baffled reagrding this occurrence.
I even saw Rob on the server today, but was unable to even get a chat going with him!!

Alas!!! And I keep going back for more!!

[This message has been edited by Teulk (edited October 29, 2003).]

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