Exporting all selections from My Markets into a file to import
Use this set of triggers as a template to add custom data to your markets.
Why would you need these triggers?
If you use a tipster service or have your own ideas of which selections to back or lay on, you will find the ability to import your selections useful. Not only will the program ignore all other selections not included in your list and bet only on those that are in it, you will also have the opportunity to specify any additional value next to each selection. This value can then be used in triggers and interpreted in any way you choose. For example, you can use it as a bet size or as a price to bet at.
Open the triggers in Triggers Editor and edit the path to the export file:
If the file does not exist, the program will create it (but make sure all the folders in the path exist).
How it works
Load all the markets where you intend to place bets today. You can do it manually or using Market Locator.
Load the triggers into the Active Triggers window. Turn them on by pressing the bulb button to make it green.
Select all markets in My Markets. Press Start Markets underneath the list of markets.
Starting the markets will activate the triggers. Wait for a few seconds, then stop refreshing the markets by pressing the pause button next to the one you pressed to start them.
Locate the file whose path you specified in the trigger. Open it in any text editor. Remove the selections you do not want to import later. Add your own data you want to use in triggers, for example, the price at which you want to back on this selection. You can add as many parameters as you want, just make sure you insert the Tab character between the selection's name and between each parameter:
In the example above, I added one parameter to each selection - the price I want to bet at, e.g. 2.38 for Pacific Green or 70.0 for Gold Poker Game. Such parameters that you add at the end of each selection's line, separated with a Tab, can be accessed through
import_1, import_2, etc. trigger variables.
Here is an example of a trigger that will utilise the parameter through the
You can now restart MarketFeeder Pro. If you do not restart it, it will not automatically start refreshing markets because you started and stopped them manually to run the triggers that generate the text file.
You have created your import file. Now you will import it into MarketFeeder Pro by pressing Import selections for auto-trading.
Watch this tutorial video to understand how to import selections:
The selections that are not in your file will go grey and will be ignored, i.e. no bets placed on them.