Dallas wrote: ↑Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:52 amYou can set signals easily enough on on any number of scores or if a player wins X games in a row, or wins by X number of games - practically anything you can think of around scoring.Covrich wrote: ↑Wed Oct 18, 2017 8:34 amI like this strat but is there any way of setting signals based on how the first set went in more detail and not just 1-0 on the set score..
Can I say set signals to say for example so it would fire on a 6-3 but not a 6-0
I also understand this is also looking a little too complicated is there anyway of tracking things like service breaks in that set also.. I am guessing this is perhaps a little too much for automation but you never know..
I guess you become in danger of over complicating the rule but am just exploring options
Thanks in advanced
The number of breaks though is not given by the API so there isn't a condition that can test that, you could get very creative with signals and do it but its not something i would recommend for the less experienced
Okay Thanks something I will ponder and test in the future maybe
So it is possible to say add signals to look at the scores of the first set say
6-4 in the 1st set and then if its
1-0 in the set and a break up then qualify the criteria
Whereas is the first set was a 6-0 the signal wouldn't fire??
Like I say not necessarily going to do this just exploring the possibility of signalling the scores in the first set as a criteria for the second set