Another feature that is of interest to correspondence players is the new "Hidden Names" option. It specifies names of players that should be hidden in the Navigation pane (sidebar) list. Click the Aquarium button, select "Options" and then "Display Options" from the menu. Clicking the "Hidden Names" button allows you to enter names that won't be displayed in the Navigation pane.
Hide names in Navigation pane
In this example, when a game involving "Karpov, Anatoly" is open, only his opponent's name will be displayed in the Navigation pane. If Karpov had white against Kasparov, then "- Kasparov, G" would be displayed so you can easily see the opponent's name.
If you are a correspondence player, you might want to take advantage of this feature and hide your own name. When you are working with a database of your own games, you can quickly see your opponents' names, as they won't get cut off in the Navigation pane, even when you have the white pieces.