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PSO Replayer Tool - Deleting Groups/Hands for Extra Space - Wed Jun 13, 2012, 08:13 AM
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I did some 'housekeeping' with all my saved replayer hands, as I had run out of the 100 groups I had set up and wanted to rearrange everything - so i deleted all the groups and hands - leaving just the top level folder. Then set up all the folders again from scratch - this time I have only used 33 so far and it is much more organised.

I have saved a handful of hands this morning, but just realised it still says I have used 1,693 of the allowed 10,000 hands - even though I deleted everthing and have only posted half a dozen new ones.

OK- I still have lots of space for hands - but I am intrigued as to where these 1690ish deleted hands are 'ghosting' somewhere in the system - and can they be fully expunged to clear the space?

Ed from Edinburgh - EdinFreeMan
 
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Wed Jun 13, 2012, 08:19 AM
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Hi Edin,

I have no idea why this might be but I will certainly look into it for you.

It might take a few days for a response but leave it with me and I'll do my best!

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Thu Jun 14, 2012, 09:37 AM
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Hi Ed,

I tried this out for myself. I cleared my hand replayer off all hands saved and it still shows 100 'ghost' hands somewhere.

I suspect it's just a glitch in the software.

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After:


I'll report it and see what happens!

Raiser


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