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Autumnsprings
Autumnsprings
Con Artist

Mar-3-2005 01:36

first off, LOVE the game. one teensy little suggestion. is there some way we could "cross off" suspects as we eliminate them. Obviously we would need to be able to still ask them questions, but mybe somewhere on the case page? just a thought.
keep up the great work!! (can't wait to get some $$ so i can travel; all my suspects have been guilty lately)


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Skyler Michaels
Skyler Michaels
Well-Connected

Mar-4-2005 18:42

I just remember it all and keep it in my head. kind of got a system where i remember all the fakes and recognize the true allibis when i see them. the trees also appreciate it.

Orbitrux
Orbitrux
Well-Connected

Mar-4-2005 20:25

I use Microsoft Word in another window and only use it to record the names of people with false/no alibis...

ctown28
ctown28
Tireless Tiger

Mar-4-2005 20:49

I use the old fashioned paper and pen, Isn't that what detectives are supposed to do? :-)

lauraandgabriel
lauraandgabriel

Mar-5-2005 00:15

I use the paper and pen idea most of the time.
If there's no papaer and/or pen, I use excel.

Dr. Falco Maltese
Dr. Falco Maltese
Well-Connected

Mar-5-2005 00:19

I usually remember everything. I used to take detailed notes, but I have left that behind for the most part. Now I take notes if I am in a particularly sticky case or if someone in my house is doing something distracting!

Joie4
Joie4

Mar-5-2005 03:10

I go through a lot of paper with this game. I didn't realize that I could have notepad or word (or excel I expect) open in a window at the same time. Thanks.

Spider Man
Spider Man

Mar-5-2005 03:35

Real detectives still use a pen and paper guys c'mon...LOL

F. E. Dzerzhinsky
F. E. Dzerzhinsky

Mar-5-2005 03:57

Well, instead of automatically, how about having a checkbox next to each suspect? That way the game doesn't help you, but it makes it easier to remember.

Madame TBird
Madame TBird
Well-Connected

Mar-5-2005 13:01

cool thinking & lot less wasted paper!

Madame TBird
Madame TBird
Well-Connected

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