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Suggestions / suggest rounds
« on: October 21, 2009, 02:00:16 PM »
"In order for TD to suggest a rounds shedule for you, you first need to configure the chips that will be used"
it says when i try to use the built in feature in the program. Fair enough.

I load my chips template and TD calculates a shedule after my specifications just fine. The problem is that TD want me to use the 25 chip (25-50) in the first round even though I don't use it. My chips are 100-500-1000-5000, which is stipulated in my chips template. Is this a bug or have I missed something?
Shouldn't the program use my designated chips when I want TD to create a rounds shedule?

Help Me / File saving
« on: January 24, 2009, 07:46:46 AM »
Several times latelly, there has been problems with the file saving in our tourneys. When I am not there to do the saving myself, someone else has been instructed in detail how to do it.
even though i am a teacher, I seem to lack skills in the didactics department, as older files has been overwritten several times now. It is a b***h trying to recapitulate how that game went.

Is there a way to make TD (or windows) automaticly save the TD files in write-protected mode?

Suggestions / "Set All times" button?
« on: January 24, 2009, 07:36:58 AM »
At our homegame we change the blinds timer according to how many players there are left.
I am the one doing the changing, as almost no one else feels comfortable "messing with computers". Is it possible to add a button "Set All Times" in the layout screen?

Suggestions / Changing clock in main page
« on: July 27, 2008, 09:45:24 AM »
At our homegame, we change the rounds time as players are kicked out, to speed up the game. At 6 players we have 6 minutes, 5 players 5 minutes and so on. I change the blinds clock at the main screen by right-clicking on it and then set the appropriate time. However, every time the round changes, it is re-set to the original setting (12 minutes). Is it possible to implement the function to allow for the clock to start the next round with the previous setting?
In the perfect world, TD would automaticly set the rounds duration according to how many players there were left. :-)

Suggestions / Rebuys before the start of next round.
« on: June 15, 2007, 04:36:50 AM »
In our homegame, the general meaning is that it should be possible to allow re-buys before the next round begins instead of before the actual round ends. At our tourney the clock stops at the end of each round to let the actual hand finish. If a heads-up occur at that time (it has happenned twice already) it is considered "unfair" amongst the busted players to not be able to do a re-buy as the following round hasn't started. As it is now, my only solution is to manually stop the clock everytime an ongoing hand is at the end of the blinds period. Is there another solution?

Help Me / Points for playing formula problem
« on: December 29, 2006, 06:27:27 AM »

Our new leauge will be a 15-game leauge with a final where the starting chips will be determined depending how well the players have played during the season. We are 6-8 players, always the same guys.

The points (i.e the chips the player will bring to the final table) a player gets are fixed depending on how many players there are in each separate game, like this:

8 players
1st   10000
2nd   7000
3rd    5000
4       4000
5       3000
6       2000
7       1000
8         500

7 players
1st    9000
2nd   6000
3rd    4000
4       3000
5       2000
6       1000
7         500

6 players
1st    8000
2nd   5000
3rd    3000
4       2000
5       1000
6         500
My solution is to make 3 different games; "8 players", "7 players", "6 players", set the points manually and load the proper game every time.
I am sure this can be done with a formula. Not by me, though. I am useless when it comes to making them, I just don´t understand the math. *sigh*
Can anyone help?

Thanx in advance,


Help Me / Problem with ü when exporting to HTML
« on: September 22, 2006, 03:42:58 PM »
One of the players at my table has the nick Günther. (with a German ü ) The stats in the exported HTML document shows him as G? but the program can handle his nick everywhere else. It´s no big deal really, but it would look better if the HTML document could handle it. Is it something I can do?

Hi all, I have just downloaded 2.0 and I am amazed about all the possible settings. I have just had my sister to make me a logo and after several attempts I managed to get it where I wanted to. Now, to the question: I would like to be able to put the tournament clock "on top" of my logo, is there a way to do this?

And yes, we actually call ourselfes Poker Muppets :-) (Sörby is a part of Gävle, Sweden)

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