"RiverDog" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> You are not alone Torra. I too experience this. However, I don't know what
> the answer is. All the best finding out.
> "Torra" <Torra@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> Sorry if this is in the wrong place or has alraedy been addressed, I
>> for it, but after an hour of searching the site and the forums, it
>> hasn't been asked, or I've overlooked it.
>> My copy of Solitaire seems to have a glitch, about 70% of the time, it
>> dosn't reconise when the game is lost and ask if I'd like to end it, like
>> it's suposed to. And the "hint" comand just has me cycle though the
>> remaining card pile over and over and over. Some of the time it will
>> reconise that the game is lost, and ask me to move on, but the vast
>> of the time it wont, which is what is so confuseing to me.
>> Am I missing something? Has this already been fixed? Or is it just my
>> that's buggy? Am I asking this in the right place even? (sorry if I'm
I've seen it, I just chalked it up to a logic error. I mean I find it
amazing someone had time to code the ability for the game to check and see
if you have any actual moves left or not. Probably not a perfect system. I
mean does it really stop you from enjoying the game? I mean you've obivously
played a lot of games assuming you probably played through 10 or more to
come up with the "70%" metric.
Yes, it's a glitch, 99% of all games out there have glitches, some more
annoying than others. I mean after you go through a pile twice and don't see
a move I think it's pretty safe to assume you don't have one.
I mean solitare I just assume I've lost and start over, I never wrack my
brains trying to figure out if i've exhausted every possible option.