All days runners

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All days runners

Postby octobergirl » Thu Nov 26, 2020 12:26 pm

Has a sheet been developed that gives all a days races in one go ,

or will scroll through all the races with current prices prices and

list on a separate sheet.
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Re: All days runners

Postby MarkRussell » Thu Nov 26, 2020 1:48 pm


You can create a Coupon of all the markets and link that to Excel.
You can then have all the markets open simultaneously and logging into a single Worksheet.

Just bear in mind that it will no doubt be 30+ markets that you have open and logging to Excel so just keep an eye on computer's CPU as if it gets to 100% then you will see a performance degradation.

To create the Coupon, put all the markets into the Quick Pick List and then right click on the list and select 'Open all markets in current tab'

Then go to the Excel 'Log Current Prices' option to link to Excel.
Because you will be linking a Coupon there is an option labelled 'Minimum Coupon Rows' where you can set the number of rows each market within the Coupon should occupy in the Excel sheet.
This is useful for horse racing where the markets will have different numbers of runners and so you can space the markets out evenly within the sheet.
If you leave it set to zero Betting Assistant will put them in the sheet based on the variable number of rows required.

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Re: All days runners

Postby octobergirl » Thu Nov 26, 2020 2:15 pm

Thanks Mark

Great service again
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Re: All days runners

Postby vanbuuts » Thu Nov 26, 2020 9:50 pm

If that doesn’t work Octobergirl, I use the daily download file from the horse names always match with those used by Betfair / Gruss so I have automated the file download and paste into my Gruss Excel file
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