On the full SpadeEye version, when I double clicked on a player (or anywhere on the entire line of that player actually) in the bottom section of SpadeEye it would automatically open that FT table AND place me on the wait list if that table was full.
With the new "light" version when I double click in this section, the FT table still opens, but I am no longer being added to the wait list for that table by SpadeEye (like I used to).
Was this changed in the new 'light" version so that you are no longer added to the wait list?
doesn't this guy make software to datamine full tilt? Pretty sure they aren't going to OK any of his products while he is in the market to exploit their software. Also of interest, apparently he is behind the new table scanner feature in HEM, which is basically spadeye with a monthly fee. Should be interesting.
Hi Mr Snood. I've tried the latest version of spadeeye omaha for a week now and I'm still having the same problems with table opening/closing at Party Poker.
1)Spadeeye doesn't close any tables
2)Spadeeye opens tables outside of the ranges I've set, and keeps them open even when tables that are Inside the ranges open. Again, since it doesn't close any tables. As an example, I'm trying to mine 1-2 to 10-20 plo on Party. Spadeeye will open the tables in the range, and then continue on down. It'll eventually open a bunch of .10/.25 tables and Keep them open even when a bunch of 1-2 games start up.
I use Vista 32bit on this computer, but I have the same problem on my computer with Vista 64bit. When I installed the latest upgrade, I ran it as administrator so I'm assuming the program always opens running as administrator. Under the .exe's properties, the "Run as administrator" box is greyed out and unselectable. I believe this means the program will always run as administrator unless I'm wrong.
When you open SpadeEye, does a "user account control" pop up window open asking you to either "allow" or "cancel" the actual opening of SpapeEye? If this pop up window opens everytime you try to open SpadeEye, then yes, it is opening as admin.
If you haven't manually turned of User Account Controls in Vista and you don't get this pop up when you try to open SpadeEye, then NO, SpadeEye is not running as admin.