Although there have been cosmetic tweaks, the fundamental dynamic of correspondence play hasn't changed since the 1890s , when the Diogenes Club (convening in the Strangers' Room for obvious reasons) played a series of lengthy mail coach games with enthusiasts from around Europe. They named a number of tactical manoeuvres after the cities whose clubs were the opposition in the seminal games they were first deployed in. Many of these remain in use to this day, including the Reverse Hamburger, the Kiev Dynamo and the Split Split. Fundamental incompatibilities of codes between Victorian mail coaches and modern internet browsers, however. have left us with these occasional glitches in online play, In some cases one can compensate by adjusting a move one station widdershins, but it's not an ideal workaround. I blame myself for the current problem, which I should have anticipated before I suggested we suspend double switching.
Still, making the best of imperfect circumstances - Croxley.