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Contacting another member

Postby jtovb » March 25th, 2008, 10:38 pm

Looking at the list of games played in the last week or month I see a game started by someone. I would like to play that game also. Is there away to contact that person if they are not online with a game up at that time?

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Postby bsmith » March 25th, 2008, 11:23 pm

Not at this time jtovb. Going forward this may become a possibility. One idea may be to go into the modules list on this website. Select the module you saw being played. Click on "Players" then send an e-mail to some of the people in the list.

Good luck.
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Postby jtovb » March 25th, 2008, 11:49 pm

That is a nice idea.

Until then anyone know a user named Joe that has started the Close Action module up? :)

John
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Contacting another member

Postby Tim M » March 26th, 2008, 12:47 am

Although not quite the same as Ben mentions, each module houses its own
message board that you can post messages to other users of the module.

You don't have to be connected to the server to use it - just have the
module running and server application window open so you can access the
module mail box

Messages usually stick around for 2 weeks.

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Problems? post your OS, Physical Mem, version of Vassal and Java plus the Module in question.
No developer can help with out that info, thx!
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Re: Contacting another member

Postby jtovb » March 26th, 2008, 10:32 pm

Tim

Thanks. I think I might have tried that. But don't know where the message went lol. Here is what I did, opened Close Action, logged on server, sent a message from the server controls? Sound right? Heck maybe someone wrote back, let me open the module and see.

John


Tim M wrote:Although not quite the same as Ben mentions, each module houses its own
message board that you can post messages to other users of the module.

You don't have to be connected to the server to use it - just have the
module running and server application window open so you can access the
module mail box

Messages usually stick around for 2 weeks.

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