Originally Posted by heebeegbs
Does anyone know if PT3's auto-rate function works?
Not currently, we will be adding this shortly.
Originally Posted by mark'd
it does not work yet.
i've been having issues where pgsql will crash in the middle of my sessions and will render ahk and pt3 unstable, crashing my system and forcing me to fold aces and stuff. pokertracker.log simply gives me messages about being unable to connect to the db, and when i reboot my computer, that's when pt3 hangs (there is no data included in pt.log for some reason; it just gives me the first line of the log and then a bunch of blank space).
Does this ever happen if you are not running AHK HUD? PT3 will not crash your system; however, AHK HUD could certainly do that and there are some people complaining of issue in our forums where AHK HUD is maxing out the CPU and doing this...
Originally Posted by Chillee
First thing, the flop cards don't appear in the 'hand popup'. I didn't have this problem in beta 3 or 4
Also, the filter by player in the hand or player at the flop don't work for me.
Interesting. We will look into this issue. I have added it to our bug list, thanks.
Please replicate this problem then send us the PokerTracker.log file (located in your main PokerTracker 3 directory) via the Support system
so that we can troubleshoot the issue and get it resolved.
Originally Posted by AffleckKGB
I thought I read before that PT3, when importing hands, will check if there is more info such as known hole_cards, in the case where an observed hand of my own was imported previously.
If that is true, it does not appear to be working for me.
That is correct. If you imported an observed hand then later imported the same hand but you were dealt into the hand then PT3 should update the hand information stored in the database.
If this is not working properly, can you please send me an example observed and played hand history so that I can try to replicate the problem? Please attach them to a Support ticket
Originally Posted by albedoa
There, I took some screenshots. Ignore the 14:01 session. The top is 200NL, the middle is 100NL, and the bottom is unfiltered. I see now that it's counting them both as one session even though there are 7 minutes in between. After how many minutes is it considered a new session?
I feel stupid for not realizing it was counting that extra seven minutes. Sorry about that, but still curious.
It is not considered a new session until after 30 minutes.
Your session is from 00:56 to 02:00 which is 64 minutes long (accuracy only to the minute). 64/60 = 1.067 ~= 1.07. Add in the accuracy to the second and it is quite possible to increase this to 1.08.
Originally Posted by Mr. Ratface
Will there be a version available that limits the trackings to nl 50 but has a reduced price? Holdem Manager offers a 55 dollar version with ace hud included that can only track until nl 50 with the option of updating later on for an extra 25 dollars. FWIW I think this would be a wise move, as I know for me personally, my decision is based highly on this discount for the limited version.
I was planning to go with PT3, even though the creators themselves stated that ATM holdem manager is a better program, because I felt confident that PT3 will be better in the long run, however after reading of this HM promotion Im not quite sure.
At the moment, we have not yet decided.
I am sure that you have misunderstood us. We have never stated that HM is better then PT3; quite the contrary. We feel PT3 is much, much better than HM. We have stated that HM currently has a larger feature set since it has been around longer. We are decreasing this deficit very quickly and the tables will be turned soon.