|Posted: July 11, 2003, 12:35 pm - IP Logged|
The much awaited update/upgrade version is being released!
This version should fix alot of bugs that have been mentioned here, as well as bring a few more processors and triggers into the picture.
Let me mention a few of those items here:
Users will now find a "Lotto" reference is now available within the Excel Visual Basic macro editor. Just goto Tools->References and scroll down to find it. Stacks are now loaded into the Lotto object by the stack object plugin itself, which removes the burden from within the WINHunter interface, thus removing the burden from users to be able to code/decode .XML! You simply must either pass the XML data, or a path/filename to the Stack object!
DOS support has been added!
IF your a Lotto techie like some of us, then this is definately for you!
Review this thread to get an idea on how to use the DOS command line input.
Two NEW processors!
Triple Hit processor and a single Announcers Processor.
According to Dennis Bassboss, additive is the way to go, so be sure to set the Mutiplier Weight to 1 in the Processor settings window to test this baby out!
A prize Succes Usage option was added to the Filter optimizer to increase speed and to disable a particularly pesky calculation that resulted in LOADS of stacks being saved to the results screen.
Reverse order history files are no longer a problem, and Drawn Order data can be specified to be used for Processors that can benefit from Drawn ordered data. Other processors which will NOT benefit from this feature will not have the option available in the settings window.
Some minor Distribution Server communication problems encountered during the first live trials against a true test server.
Some other minor bugs were found when the Lotto Object was moved out of WINHunter and placed in a stand alone Lotto.dll plugin.
A nasty AI bug was found where AI forget's what Group/Filter she is working on, yet she still has a stack loaded in memory that has a group and filter.
Im sure there were many other fixes, and hopfully not very many after this release, but with this many changes, something is bound to go wrong!