|Posted: November 8, 2014, 9:41 pm - IP Logged|
I will start with #6 first, What is causing the problem is that there is no file being loaded. First go to the main
install directory and using notepad open the file named "STEPS.INI" It would seem that you do not have the
database file in your games folder. I think as shipped the file it is trying to load is -> C:\RL's tools\GAMES\MO539.TXT <-
If you changed the install directory or do not have the file MO539.TXT in your games folder then you will have to change
the address/game name. Correct the first line in the STEPS.INI file and it will work.
I do not know what your grief is with the mini-lex so I can't help you without more information.
The user should not change the default install directory and the program should be installed to C:\RL's tools. All of the
paths that are stored in the *.INI files will all use the default directory when it loads a database. If the program is installed
into a different directory or the install folder is renamed the programs won't run correctly.
The analysis tool is for checking the results of draw files. The program has two default options and a third option
that allows the user to select which file they want to check. The defaults are D-Trap [ ] and DNWSA [ ]. Click the
D-trap button if checking the sets generated by D-trap or click the DNWSA button to check the sets generated by the
DNWSA tool. If you want to check some other draw file then hit the Import button and select the file you want to check.
Each program has it's own output file where the results are stored. Once you have the correct file loaded then using
the number button to input the winning set of numbers. The number selections will be displayed in the top-center text box.
Once you input the numbers to check then press the run/check button and the results will be displayed in the main display
area. Very simple and I think I covered it in the 1st video.
5 The lexie is very easy to understand. In simple form it's just the set/line's position within a full list of the matrix. In my
5-39 then first set is 01-02-03-04-05 and the last set is 35-36-37-38-39. The lexie value for the first set is (1) and the lexie
for the last set is (575757) All lexie value are padded with zeros so the first line in the matrix is 000001. The lexie tools
use the lexie value not the numbers. The set 06-10-22-26-28 = lexie 313901. The reason I like the lexie is first that I only
work with digits 0 to 9 and the second is that it's possible to miss every digit and still hit a second level prize. If picking
regular numbers we drop one prize level for every number we miss. Does picking the lexie give better odds, NO. It's just
that I believe that picking 6 digits from 0 to 9 is easier than picking 5 numbers from a list of 39. It will take a lot of practice to
get use to using lexies and I tell people it's like learning to fly instruments. It's scary to land a plane in pitch black not being
able to see the ground. Some cannot turn loose of numbers as they want to see the ground before they attempt to land.
The lexie is just a type of shorthand where each lexie value represents a full set of numbers.