using patternform

Any comments on today's racing. Please don't just put in selections ... please add some reason why you think a runner will win
canio11
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using patternform

Postby canio11 » Wed Aug 08, 2018 10:26 am

Using patternform

canio11
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Re: using patternform

Postby canio11 » Wed Aug 08, 2018 10:28 am

does any one know how u can remove selected item singly once clicked rather than having to reset then put all in again?

Ghtiles
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Re: using patternform

Postby Ghtiles » Thu Aug 09, 2018 10:06 am

If I understand what you mean correctly you should be able to..

Click on It again to deselect it ?

martinkil
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Re: using patternform

Postby martinkil » Thu Aug 09, 2018 1:49 pm

Hold the Ctrl key down then click on it.
This can be used to both add a single selection to the already selected selections or remove a single selection.
It "toggles" the selection status of the selected value

canio11
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Re: using patternform

Postby canio11 » Thu Aug 16, 2018 3:33 am

ah thank you very much,i did work out a way of doing it myself i was just highlighting/selecting them all in each box as when all selected is the same, but using the control key is far easier, thanks for your replies

martinkil
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Re: using patternform

Postby martinkil » Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:57 pm

I presume you know how to select a contiguous number of options - for instance all the AW goings.
Select the first one of the list (Slw), then go to the last one, hold the Shift key down and select the last one of the list (Fst)

crispian
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Re: using patternform - ran to figures

Postby crispian » Sat Aug 18, 2018 5:50 pm

can i ask a question re patternform "ran to" ; i am a fan of patternform but i am easily flummoxed ; using the 1.50 race at newbury from today (sat 18th aug 2018 ) looking only at a couple of horses and using the last run only 1) GOOD FORTUNE won a class 5 carrying 9-2 and has a speed figure of 65 a multi figure of 91 and ends up with a ran to figure of 70 , in todays race he is carrying 1LB less
2) BOITRON won a class 4 carrying 9-8 and has a speed figure of 79 with a multi figure of 104 and a ran to figure of 65 , in todays race he is carrying 7LB less ;
using the figures from the last race only i cant see how GOOD FORTUNE can end up with a ran to figure higher than BOITRON ; i presumed that the horses with the highest "ran to " figure were more likely to win

martinkil
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Re: using patternform

Postby martinkil » Sat Aug 18, 2018 6:47 pm

First point is that handicapping 2yo is more of a art until they start running in handicaps (nurseries), and a rating a runner achieves in a race depends on:

class of race it runs in,
the weight it carries,
the class of the runners which raced against it,
the distance it wins by, and
how easily it wins the race.

There may be others, but a rather nice glass of red wine is clouding my faculties - in a very pleasant manner.


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