This database is not supposed to be "super private" like CIA level, but more of a place where you can keep you tournament games
btw: I would want to see it on lichess bacause it merges with their most used chess website and an on the go database. This way you can login anywhere from the world and study your games, SCID works well but it is not on the go like logging into lichess to play a game, while SCID requires you to carry the computer with the downloaded app, you cannot log in to it.
What exactly are you proposing that isn't already in "study"?
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plus one, @Morozov lol
@XeroChess you can add names lol
I am proposing that we can keep our games in a way that is not "a study". We can store our personal games in a list where we click and it is easily setup--right now the study works but it is not refined and the names of the players can not be put on the sides of the chess board.
Since alot of people in this forum prefer the alternative to the study (which I understand) then maybe this petition should be more geared towards IMPROVING the study so it can be used primarily (maybe even in a different tab) as a personal game storage.
@ezasucanget I believe you cannot add names on the top and bottom of the chess boards
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Err.. @XeroChess, EVERYONE has their own personal database, or you request one :/
Why not import game/ study/ bookmarked? :p
For your "names can't be put on study", you could make a textbox on the first move that says [White Player] vs [Black Player]
I personally am very surprised that this petition has received mostly negative feedback, I assumed that adding this feature would be helpful to the players but most of the reply's are relating to why this is not needed. If you are not interested in this idea you do not need to support it.
-Their is no need to rally over closing this forum post