P&L Formatting, Column X

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P&L Formatting, Column X

Postby KESIMKESIM » Fri Jun 11, 2021 1:24 pm

Hi,

Gary/Mark or anyone else. I noticed that yesterday the P&L figure displayed in Column X changed to x.xx;0 i.e. ;0 was added to any displayed figure.

This has caused me a problem in my spreadsheets which uses the P&L figure in the decision making process when plaing bets.

Is this a BF or a Gruss issue ? and is it intentional and is it here to stay, as I'll have to figure out a work around.

Many Thanks for any information on this.

Regards, Ian
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Re: P&L Formatting, Column X

Postby MarkRussell » Thu Jun 24, 2021 11:32 am

Hi Ian,

When you initially start logging to Excel, in the "Log Current Prices" window there is an option labelled "P&L contains win and loss figures in single winner markets" which will output the additional data in column X as you have described.

I'm guessing that you do not wish this and therefore you just need to untick that option.

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Mark
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Re: P&L Formatting, Column X

Postby KESIMKESIM » Thu Jun 24, 2021 12:36 pm

Many Thanks for this Mark.

Yes, this was the problem. I must have unknowingly somehow clicked the tick box on that particular day and didn't realise what I'd done. I've managed to go literally years without ever doing this and didn't even realise what the tick box did until now.

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