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Economy => Trading Discussion => Topic started by: Waldschrat on June 28, 2011, 07:57:58 AM



Title: Open MtGox bugs
Post by: Waldschrat on June 28, 2011, 07:57:58 AM
This thread is meant to collect data concerning bugs at MtGox. It is not meant to start a flamewar or to discuss MtGox itself. There are enough threads on this forum where you can do so.
Just a pure, simple list of things not fixed yet:

- "Buy Bitcoins" on the frontpage doesn't work for me and just shows me "The requested page was not found on this server"
- "Sell Bitcoins" on the frontpage doesn't work for me and just shows me "The requested page was not found on this server"
-  MtGox public data (https://mtgox.com/support/tradeAPI) is not working for me and just starts to auto-download if I click on it. This includes the MtGox ticker, the market depth and the recent trades

I heard that some guys have some more issues (like negative balances, etc...). If they still persist, please post these bugs in this thread as well. MagicalTux will thank you. :)


Title: Re: Open MtGox bugs
Post by: error on June 28, 2011, 08:05:10 AM
This thread is meant to collect data concerning bugs at MtGox. It is not meant to start a flamewar or to discuss MtGox itself. There are enough threads on this forum where you can do so.
Just a pure, simple list of things not fixed yet:

- "Buy Bitcoins" on the frontpage doesn't work for me and just shows me "The requested page was not found on this server"
- "Sell Bitcoins" on the frontpage doesn't work for me and just shows me "The requested page was not found on this server"

Oops! Confirmed. These links only appear if you aren't logged in.

-  MtGox public data (https://mtgox.com/support/tradeAPI) is not working for me and just starts to auto-download if I click on it. This includes the MtGox ticker, the market depth and the recent trades

Can't reproduce. Sounds like you need to clear your browser cache.

I heard that some guys have some more issues (like negative balances, etc...). If they still persist, please post these bugs in this thread as well. MagicalTux will thank you. :)

Are you speaking on behalf of MagicalTux?


Title: Re: Open MtGox bugs
Post by: Waldschrat on June 28, 2011, 08:17:30 AM
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Can't reproduce. Sounds like you need to clear your browser cache.
Yup, you're right. Strangely this wasn't working for me with Firefox 4 but with Firefox 5 it runs like a charm.

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Are you speaking on behalf of MagicalTux?
Nope, I was just assuming he is happy to get some feedback for fixing his exchange. If he doesn't know what's wrong, he can't fix it. ;)


Title: Re: Open MtGox bugs
Post by: realnowhereman on June 28, 2011, 08:24:45 AM
Start with a small amount of BTC in your account; let's say 5.

Add a sell for more than that.  Let's say 10.  Pick a high price that's not going to be met instantly.

Once it leaves the queue and enters your pending orders list it is split into two: (1) "insufficient funds" and one "active" entry.  The active entry will be for the 5 BTC you do have.  The "insufficient funds" entry will not be for 10 BTC.  I think it will be for 15 BTC; but I haven't exactly worked out the bug.

Anyway: to me it looks like someone has gotten the sign wrong on a subtraction when splitting an order.


Title: Re: Open MtGox bugs
Post by: Waldschrat on June 30, 2011, 04:51:31 PM
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- "Buy Bitcoins" on the frontpage doesn't work for me and just shows me "The requested page was not found on this server"
- "Sell Bitcoins" on the frontpage doesn't work for me and just shows me "The requested page was not found on this server"
Ok, these issues seem to be fixed. Good work! :)

Any more bugs?


Title: Re: Open MtGox bugs
Post by: dinzy on June 30, 2011, 05:27:56 PM
If only the boring price stabilization could be considered a bug :P


Title: Re: Open MtGox bugs
Post by: FooDSt4mP on June 30, 2011, 06:17:58 PM
If only the boring price stabilization could be considered a bug :P

Welcome to commission free trading.


Title: Re: Open MtGox bugs
Post by: dserrano5 on July 01, 2011, 04:06:30 PM
Any more bugs?

Oh yes, what about the well known "bids above asks" problem.

A while ago I had one sell order only partially fulfilled, even when the last price was well above my sell. Then another chunk of the order would fulfil. The ticker is a joke, depth too.