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  • Corneliu
    27.5.2018 5:39:23

    Simply brilliant. Thanks alot.

  • Stefan
    25.5.2018 9:48:07

    Click to input text box, for StartCriteria or StopCriteria, in the right side of the input box appears button […], click on it and Criteria Editor appears, enter your criteria and click on OK button.

    Now you can see that Criteria Editor created text representation of your formula, so if you can type criteria formula by text input then you can do so with exact format Criteria Editor uses.

  • Corneliu
    24.5.2018 19:44:59

    In this new version of the "FootballBot", what formats should be used on the "Start" and "Stop" fields ? One has to input the whole criteria or just the values ? i.e. to start at the 5th minute if the score is not 0-0 and score difference <2 and to stop at the 80th minute if the score is not 0-1 or 0-2 and score difference >=2 ? Thanks alot Stefan

  • glaukopide@gmail.com
    10.5.2018 2:54:52

    I'Ve tried with Ninja 7 everything works fine but it's possible to monitor more than one market? Eg under/over 2.5 and match odds? so to open as many chart as I need? Thanks

  • Stefan
    26.4.2018 10:30:31

    You can change view layouts, resize, dock, or undocked views, close/hide unused ones and then add your workspace by clicking on the menu item View / Workspaces / Add.

    This way you can create many workspaces for different use scenarios, I have got such two workspaces the one for bot execution, and the one for manual traded, so Bet Event view is switched to ladders. I have got special workspaces created for tennis treading or horse racing trading when utilizing market data on one ladder. Please have a look on this articles and videos.

    Application layout and workspaces:

    http://bfexplorer.net/Products/Feature/12

    My Football Trading Workspace:

    http://bfexplorer.net/Articles/Content/115

    Analyzing betfair data to trigger trading on horse racing markets:

    http://bfexplorer.net/Articles/Content/291

    Portrait Layout:

    http://bfexplorer.net/Articles/Content/213

  • MopsyTurtle
    25.4.2018 21:23:08

     I have an ultra-wide monitor 2560x1080, so for someone like me having another column would be no bother at all. But I realise that not everyone does, so maybe a customisable UI would a nice-to-have in the future.

    As a fellow developer, I doubt that the criteria editor is too complicated for me to understand. As long as it follows logic (which I'm sure it does), there should be no problem. I certainly would enjoy some more flexibility on the football bot.

  • Stefan
    25.4.2018 20:57:18

    Monitored column (including the column: “Total Matched”) fully describes monitoring status. I do not like to overcomplicate user interface (UI) with a lot of displayed data, less data displayed in UI means more clear UI.

    I was thinking to change “Football Bot” parameters similar to mentioned "If Then Else" bot, adding Score, MatchTime and GoalDifference parameters, then you would be able to set criteria for Start and Stop criteria, combining a lot of criteria values.

    Have a look at on mentioned bot and let me know if you will manage setup such bot, as Criteria Editor could be too complicated for some users with a common sense in Boolean algebra.

  • MopsyTurtle
    25.4.2018 18:34:20

    I think that some additional functionality would be good on the Football bot. Can we have a "MatchScoreStop" as well as the "MatchTimeStop"?

    This way we could put multiple scores in there to make the bot stop. If I could prevent the bot from even starting if the score is not 0-0, that would be the perfect use of resources.

    Many thanks.

  • MopsyTurtle
    25.4.2018 18:19:41

    It is a relief to know that I'm not doing anything wrong. I had understood the "Monitored" column in the present tense, rather than both the present and past tense.

    Am I correct to assume that there is nothing in the "Order / Bot Executor" window that tells me what is being monitored right now and using the resources of the software to do so? The reason I ask is because on a saturday there are far more football matches than any other day of the week, and I do not want to use resources where they are not required.

  • Stefan
    25.4.2018 17:41:17

    English is foreign language for me, so maybe I have got bad felling in using some words, but in this context “Monitored” term says: has been monitored, and as well is monitored.

    I wanted to show flag, so you can filter, group or sort markets in “Bot Executor” view by Monitored column and so differentiate among those three states: is not yet monitored, is monitored, has/had been monitored.

    Grid view offers other three columns which are by default hidden, but you can show them by clicking on column with your context mouse button/right mouse button, then clicking on Show Column Chooser, from which you can drag and drop hidden column to the grid view. I suggest to show (drag and drop) “Total Matched” column, so you will see that what I was talking about really works.

    If market is monitored by “Bot Executor” tool then “Total Matched” changes values when data are reloaded from betfair servers.

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