Poker Copilot 4 has a new set of player icons. We’ve taken care to make sure they can be easily distinguished at small size, even if you eyesight isn’t great, or if you have colour blindness. There are also high-definition versions for people with Retina displays, although that might not be working yet.
Poker Copilot is five years old in a month’s time. And yet I only discovered in the last week or so that if you minimise a poker table window, the HUD keeps showing as if the table wasn’t minimised. Thanks to loyal Poker Copilot customer Lee for reporting this.
For only the second time in Poker Copilot’s five-year history, I’ve had to turn on an email auto-responder for all customer support requests. I’ve contracted some strange tropical illness, so I’m not able to respond to customer emails in the normal maximum 24-hour turn-around time.
Please be patient if it takes me some days to respond to your emails.
Full Tilt Poker released an update today. It made some subtle but critical changes to the hand history format. I’ve fixed PCP Dallas to handle this. You can update here if you are trying out PCP Dallas.
I hope to have the fix in Poker Copilot 3 within the next hour. You’ll know when it is done by restarting Poker Copilot 3 and receiving the “There’s an update” message.
Thanks to all who have been helping with translating Poker Copilot. The translations into French, Russian, and Hungarian are all done or mostly done. If you can help translate a few bits of text in any of these languages, please join in here:
Spanish (Latin America and the Caribbean)
I check every day to see if there are updates to the translations, and if so, I add them to the latest PCP Dallas EAP build.
If you are fluent in any of these languages, it is easy to join in and translate even one piece of text. So why don’t you have a go at the Poker Copilot translation site.
I’m now back in Europe and finishing up the last tasks needed to launch Poker Copilot 4. Apropos of nothing, here’s two more photos from my recent trip. These are from deep in Guyana’s rainforest:
The Cessna plane that got me to the rainforest.
Kaieteur Falls, the most spectacular waterfall that most of us have never heard of.
If you’ve been trying the early access builds of Poker Copilot 4, then here’s some news: As of now, Poker Copilot 4 no longer has a separate database and settings from Poker Copilot 3. When you next download and try Poker Copilot 4, your existing Poker Copilot 3 database will be detected and upgraded to Poker Copilot 4.
Some other things to note:
While your database is updating, you can’t use Poker Copilot 4. After the database update, Poker Copilot will spend some time recalculating your statistics. While this is happening, you can use Poker Copilot 4, but note that not all hands will show in your statistics until the recalculation is complete.
If you play on Winamax, you’ll need to set your preferred Winamax set again in Poker Copilot 4. All other settings are copied from Poker Copilot 3 to Poker Copilot 4.
The last couple of weeks has been a time to let Poker Copilot 4 “settle”, as the last major bugs get flushed out. So I’ve used that time to see parts of the Caribbean. I’m writing from the departure lounge at Barbados Airport, waiting for a flight to Guyana. Ricki Lake is playing on the departure lounge television. Loudly. I don’t like this show. But I do like running a one-person software company, where I can work and travel.
Apropos of nothing, here’s a photo from where I was staying and working yesterday, in Dominica: