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Will make Crunch tutorial in the days ahead.


Last Edited: August 29, 2005, 9:16 pm

I should had made some kind of user's manual for the Crunch and Crunch 2 long ago.

I guess I might as well give it a try sometime soon, but it will only explain those filters that it has that I myself would some-time use and not all of them, as there are some that I might never use, also there are some that I have never tried to use and that there-fore I don't understand as I have never tried to bother with them.

As many filters as the Crunch 2 (3) has, it of course does not have all possible pick 3 filters just very many of them, no software has all possible pick 3 filters as that is not possible to do (I should know).

Also you might know that it took MikeK quite some time to update the Crunch from the first version and that the new or last version also needs improvements, but only MikeK would know when he will make them if ever.

Also, it would be nice to have a Crunch 4 for the pick 4 games, but I don't know if MikeK will ever make such a program.

What the Crunch 2 for pick 3 needs bad is statistics for it's filters.

I don't know if MikeK will ever add those to the program.

Anyhow some-kind of Crunch tutorial will follow here on my blog sometime maybe soon in the days ahead.

ON sep 6 or 7 my below compilation of filter's posts will disappear, so if you want to you should make a copy of them before they disappear.

Entry #16


ToddComment by Todd - August 30, 2005, 12:19 pm
Maybe I'm missing something, but I don't understand that you are posting numerous things about MikeK and "Crunch", when Lottery Post's Deflate tools not only do the same thing, but they are much easier to use and do more than Crunch.

Also, I don't understand why you would wish for a "Crunch 4", because there is already a Deflate 4 right on Lottery Post!

I am not stupid. I realize that you are a supporter of MikeK, who no longer posts here because he would not stop posting free advertisements to his web site.

But I don't understand why you won't support Lottery Post by directing folks to the Deflate tools, which as I've mentioned do the same thing (and much more), while supporting this web site.

I think Lottery Post has provided you and other lottery players quite a bit -- for MANY years, and for FREE.

Why not give back, by supporting the tools that are available right here, as opposed to pushing the wares of someone who was trying to get "one-over" on this web site?

I have hinted at this for some time, but I guess the time has come to finally just come out and say it.

I'm sorry to "taint" your Blog with this, and I value all the input and great help you have provided all the members here. You are truly an "MVP" here, and your posts carry a lot of weight, which is why I felt this was important.

Of course, you have no obligation whatsoever to do things any differently than you are. I just hope to convince you that supporting the tools available here helps everyone, and helps to support this web site.

And also that directing people to alternative tools like Crunch actually ends up costing people more money, because they would be buying Crunch, and then buying a redundant set of tools when they purchase a Gold or Platinum membership.

LANTERNComment by LANTERN - October 9, 2005, 7:23 pm
I am just seeing this now and I understand (I think).
ToddComment by Todd - October 13, 2005, 9:54 am
I hope you didn't take my comments too hard. You were so helpful in the creation of the wheel filters here at LP, and helpful in many other things, and people can see the results of your input in the tools and features available at Lottery Post. You can be proud knowing that you are helping people every day.

By the way, I love seeing what songs you'll post next! Don't forget to include the word "Lyrics" in the Subject line of each song -- like "Amazing Grace (Lyrics)" -- because then people searching for song lyrics will be able to find your blog entries. For example, someone looking for lyrics for the song Amazing Grace will go to Google and enter the search term "Amazing Grace Lyrics". So if your Blog title includes all of those words, it will most likely be found.

One last thing is that there is a feature you can turn on, which will send you an e-mail and notify you if someone posts a comment in your Blog. That way, you don't have to search your Blog to see if anyone commented on something. You can enable that feature in the Control Panel menu under E-mail Settings.

Good luck!

LANTERNComment by LANTERN - October 25, 2005, 1:18 am
I am glad that you like the lyrics, I hope that other people do too.

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