Version 0.98s released

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Version 0.98s released

Postby GaryRussell » Sun Nov 20, 2005 7:54 pm

1) You can now back below minimum stake on individual selections, it does not work for laying the field or dutch betting. It also works from triggered betting. Please be aware these bets cannot be placed so quickly as it involves modifying the bet twice. This will not work if the odds on offer are 1000 and you are backing or 1.01 and you are laying because it uses the well known trick on placing a bet of minimum stake at odds that wont get matched and then modifying the bet and cancelling the original bet. Hope this makes sense!

2) Fixed the bug with US racing where 1A runners were not being displayed.

3) The total matched figure is now logged in Excel (in cell B3 if you start logging at A1)

4) The proft/loss figure is now logged in Excel (triggered betting only) next to the matched stake.
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