Bet Angel - Example spreadsheets : Auto clearing status cells

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bamthwok
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Location: Manila/ Philippines

Mon Aug 31, 2015 12:57 pm

Hi,

Can someone please help and advise how to make this idea work for the Betangel multiple spreadsheet.

Any advise is highly appreciated.

Cheers,
bamthwok

tony63
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Mon Oct 31, 2016 7:39 am

Hello.

I downloaded the spreadsheet that auto clears the cells yesterday and was planning to trial it today.

I know you are aware of this but is has probably slipped your mind, I am one of, I suspect, many people that are not able to sit and watch the markets but HAVE to rely on automation.

As soon as I open an unrelated worksheet I get "subscript out of range". When I go into the debugger the problem is

Worksheets("Sheet2").Range("a4") = 1

I can muddle my way through visual basic but I don't know enough to correct it. It appears that the routine is applying to the whole of Excel rather that the specific workbook.

Thanks.

tony63
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Mon Oct 31, 2016 7:40 am

Sorry - Should have said. I'm working on the latest version of Excel.

nigelk
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Mon Oct 31, 2016 3:03 pm

If you have 2 or more workbooks open vba gets a bit confused as to which workbook you are referring to.

It's likely that the code refers only to its own workbook, which hasn't got a sheet named "Sheet2".

You'll need to fully qualify each reference to each workbook.

If I have 1 workbook open, Twb and Owb will give the same result. If I have 2 workbooks open, and the 2nd is the ACTIVE (the one you are looking at), Owb will return a different name.

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Sub test()


Dim Twb As Workbook, Owb As Workbook

Set Twb = ThisWorkbook
Set Owb = ActiveWorkbook

MsgBox Owb.Name


End Sub
This can refer to either workbook, (but will fail if it can't find a sheet named sheet1.)

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Owb.Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A2") = "1"
This will always refer to the workbook in which the code resides.(Again will fail if no sheet named sheet1).

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Twb.Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A2") = "1"

andrewcichello
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Mon Dec 12, 2016 2:25 am

Hi Everyone,

The attached file works for me however I'd like to use this with multiple sheets. Does anyone have a worksheet clearing status cells on multiple sheets? Or a work around? I want to bet on many races per day and clear the status cells every 60 seconds.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers,

Andrew
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nigelk
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Mon Dec 12, 2016 11:17 am

This will clear all status cells on any sheets beginning with the name "Bet Angel"

Note that since there are multiple sheets the formula in J2 in not relevant as it only points to 1 sheet.

Edit. Posted wrong sheet. Below is correct.
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workpeter
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Tue Jan 17, 2017 12:27 am

We all have specific requirements for when we want to clear status. So rather than wait for others to give you a part solution build something yourself. Write conditional statments based on spreadsheet data within a worksheet_calculate event. This allows you to trigger a cleardown when you define. This built in function is called whenever a formula calculation is triggered. So in a single cell have a formula which sums up the countdown,odds and unmatched money. This will ensure continous streaming of triggers on any key change anywhere from miliseconds to a second.

Secondly, to avoid unwanted bets when clearing status, also clear down one of the other fields i.e. stake or bet command.

Thirdly, for multi-spreadSheet always uss me.cells commands rather than sheet1.cells (sheet2..3..4..5 etc). This allows you to copy/replicate the sheet with the code and it will.work in each specific sheet.

Callumbet97
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Wed Apr 12, 2017 6:00 pm

alto wrote:
Sun Jul 21, 2013 8:26 pm
Hi.
I've got the spreadsheet working (IE, it clears the cells when I click the Start button) but it doesn't continue to clear every 10 seconds thereafter.

Is this what it is supposed to do? Am I getting something wrong?
I'm having the same issue.
Anyone have come up with an solution?

Thanks
Also having the same issue. Any solution?

nigelk
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Fri Apr 14, 2017 11:46 am

In H4 the countdown timer is converted into seconds.

In I4 the mod function divides by ten for your 10 second timer.

J4 will increase by 1 each time when the divisor is zero.

Note: A 1/2 second delay (sleep 500) has been added to stop the routine sometimes firing twice. Depending to the complexity of your code and how long it takes to run, I would imagine that this could be removed if required, but haven't tried it.

Replace the "Range("j4") = Range("j4") + 1" code with your clear status subroutine

Cheers,Nigel.
BetAngel_10 seconds.7z
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CallumPerry
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Mon Dec 11, 2017 12:03 am

Good evening gents,

I thought I'd ask the question in this thread to keep everything tidy and relevant. Would anybody be kind enough to spare a code for clearing the status cell, instead of going be a timer has anybody done it using the worksheet_change function using VBA?

My strategy will require quite quickly clearing cells you see. Because of this though, I have another problem. If for example I put the following in cells L9, M9 and N9:
BACK, 4.0, 2

But then my formula changes L9 from BACK to " " before the bet has had chance to be placed, I get left with 'OK' or even just 'ERROR'. Is there a way, again using VBA (perhaps intertwined with the clear status worksheet_change function) that I can have a spreadsheet keep the order in the instruction field long enough for it to go through?

Extra info:
BACK Triggers - D31:D36 (For 6 seperate runners)
LAY Trigger - E31:E36 (Ditto)
BACK CLOSE Trigger - F31:F36 (And again)
LAY CLOSE Trigger - G31:G36 (You guessed it!)

So to reiterate, Cell D31 says "BACK" for horse 1 but can change quickly (before the order hits the market) and then after it's been placed, I'd like to immediately clear the status cell please. I have precautions in place with the triggers to avoid multiple bets firing in already. If anybody could be so kind as to share some code or point me in the right direction it would massively help me out.

Cheers lads!
Callum :)

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