two HUD layouts – one for ring games and one for tournaments.
much better Merge Network HUD support.
This update still doesn’t work for Mac OS X 10.5 – I’m still working on that problem.
Merge Network Notes
Until recently Poker Copilot had to guess the table size of Merge Network poker rooms. I noticed that Merge has added this information to hand history files, so now Poker Copilot can correctly determine the size of the table. This is a particular improvement for tournaments.
To fully benefit from this improvement, please make sure you’ve set a preferred seat in your Merge Network poker room for each table size that you are playing on, and that you’ve set the corresponding preferred seat in Poker Copilot (Preferences -> Poker Rooms -> Lock Poker). Also, you’ll need to drag each HUD panel to the place you want it initially. After that, they should stay where you put them.
Over the last six months, France has accounted for 20% of Poker Copilot sales. In the last month, this has risen to 25%. Somehow this information eluded me until today.
I’m not sure what this means from a business decision-making perspective. It could mean I should focus on enhancing my French support, by translating the user guide into French and finding a French speaker to help with user support in French. Or it could mean that I need to focus more on countries other than France to compensate for the lesser sales.
I’ve updated a couple of key third-party libraries in Poker Copilot. This broke some stuff, which I believe I’ve fixed. However my belief is weak so I’m making the update publicly available for anyone to try before making it the official release. Download it here.
The most significant change is that some problems with Merge Network stats are fixed. Other changes:
Search tournaments with free text search
The bottom bar now includes more info – # of tournaments and database size
You can view the all-in equity chart in currency ($) or in big blinds (BB)
Searching for players and tournaments tells you how many matches you have
You can use Poker Copilot in any available language without changing your computer’s language
Loyal Poker Copilot customer Jon asked about creating an AHK (auto-hotkey) program for Merge Network poker rooms. I think the best approach is to take the existing work done in BlazingStars (an open source PokerStars only Mac AHK-like program) and adapt it, because the technical problems have already been solved there. Can you program in Objective-C? Want to help?
The first step of course is to invent a name. We need a name that’s witty at first, but that seems less funny each time you hear it.
Until now, you had two choices for language in Poker Copilot: the language automatically chosen according to your System Preferences, or English:
Now you can pick any language that Poker Copilot knows:
I suspect the main user of this feature will be me, when I’m making screenshots to help users who are using Poker Copilot in a language other than English. But I hope this is of benefit to the occasional Poker Copilot poly-linguist.