guide for triggers with excel

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Postby danjuma » Sun Nov 01, 2009 9:42 am

mapoboss,

Marketfeeder is different from gruss BA. Marketfeeder 'triggers' have been written in a sort of 'plain english' way to make it easier for people with limited knowledge of excel to use marketfeeder for automated betting. However, because of this, marketfeeder is limited as to how far it can be automated.

With gruss BA, to get the full benefit of its automation capabilities, you really need to have some knowledge of excel formulars. Of all the bots out there, I can say that gruss BA has the best excel integration capabilities, and this makes it the most powerful and flexible when it comes to setting up automated betting. From my past experience of marketfeeder, it [marketfereder] is not in the same league.

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Postby GaryRussell » Mon Nov 02, 2009 9:11 am

The user guide you have quoted lists all the available triggers, there isn't a more comprehensive guide available. If you have a question about a specific trigger you can ask on this forum.

We don't have plans to include a test mode. See http://gruss-software.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4054
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