Someone posted in one of the other boards that tablets and mobile devices are not allowing roster changes for the postponed games due to some tech issue per Yahoo. I didn't have an issue on my laptop so if one is trying to swap out players on a tablet or mobile device then they might want to jump back to 2005 and try on a PC or laptop if they can.
I always use my home PC. The issue seems to be yahoo locking these players in when their game start time passes. Even thought they are not actually starting/playing their games. Which I believe should still make them moveable.
Yeah, I have a manager complaining. I looked it up on a search: Weekly Deadline fantasy baseball setting.
It's a yahoo thing. Read pasted articles from my yahoo search: Weekly Deadline fantasy baseball setting
If you choose to configure your league to allow transactions to take effect on the day they are made, you will be able to add free agents to your roster for the current day so long as all transactions are completed no later than five minutes before the start of each player's game. None of the players involved in a move can have played or be within five minutes of their game's start time, or the transaction will not be allowed. So, for example, transactions for all players who play at 4:30 pm PT must be completed by 4:25 pm PT.
For all leagues that do not use weekly transactions, all intra-roster moves (switching players between active and bench spots) can be made until the scheduled start time of each player's game. None of the players involved in a move can have played or be in a game that has started. So, for example, all players who play at 4:30 pm PT can be moved until 4:30 pm PT on game day.
Why doesn't this remain consistent for all games that are posted to play at a later date/time? I was able to switch and sub guys in and out in other leagues/games, but one manager on the same date in the league I ran couldn't chnage a ppd player out today for the dodgers game. Claiming he was logged in 4hrs before the start and couldn't bench his player.