Version 0.98w released

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Version 0.98w released

Postby GaryRussell » Wed Nov 30, 2005 7:58 pm

Fixed bug where market information not being updated when switching markets using quick pick.

When switching markets using quick pick certain settings are now retained:-
Stake, lay odds, back odds (from top left hand side of screen)
Cancel remaining when matched
Dutch profit required
Verify bets check box
Trading mode check box
Override odds check box
Trading mode open positions
Refresh rate

After all that as I type I realise that I forgot to make it remember your individual stakes against the selections. Sorry, I'll add this tomorrow.

I also put the total matched for the market in the top left hand corner for your convenience when the betting options are hidden.

Finally, trading mode works with less than minimum stakes now.
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