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Stuart Murray

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Receipts
« on: November 30, 2012, 11:19:32 AM »
Hi Corey,

Any chance we can have <buyin> <gamename> <gametype> & <description> added to the available tokens for receipts?

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Stu
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Corey Cooper

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Re: Receipts
« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2012, 12:56:37 PM »
Odds are high.  :)

Seriously, to what are we referring?

<buyin>

I think this can be added.  I assume this is basically because you want this to be available no matter what type of receipt (buy-in, add-on, rebuy).  As in, "Stuart's $1000 High Roller's Extravaganza" as the header on every receipt?

<gamename> and <gametype>

Do these refer to the fields on the blinds schedule?  Because these can be different for every round.  Would they refer to the current round?

<description>

What would this refer to?

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Re: Receipts
« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2012, 01:05:41 PM »
I refer to each token as it is on the layout tab,

So we could have receipts as follows:

]Welcome to
]Cardroom, CARDTOWN
]
]<date> <time>
]<buyin>, <gamename> <gametype>
]<eventname>
]<description>
]
]Name
]<lastname>, <firstname>
]Player ID
]<id>
]
]20.00
]Buy-in
]
]Receipt: <receiptnumber>
]

I realise the ganmename and gametype can change each round, perhaps target the token to only read the first level, or if they differ between levels have is display mixed, mixed limit etc?

I would achieve the following receipt:

]Welcome to The
]Nuts Poker League
]
]30/11/2012 18:58:48
]
]10 TEXAS HOLD'EM NO LIMIT
]CHAMPIONS TOURNAMENT
]SOUTH SCOTLAND NUTS POKER
]
]Name:
]Adams, Keith
]
]Player ID
]0
]
]10.00
]Buy-in
]
]Receipt: 9784
]


EDIT: <description> would relate to the Tournament Description on the game tab, in order to compliment the <eventname> token.

Regards
Stuart
« Last Edit: November 30, 2012, 01:10:49 PM by Stuart Murray »
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