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January 23, 2012, 11:20:21 PM
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Wow! I like the mookup-design!
Anyway there are sooo much things to do...
In my Opinion this should not be the next which I have to do. I really would like to finalize the break-even-calculator and then a bitcoinica-alarm (same likt Mt.Gox Alarm).
And after this put all Ideas together and make one Tool which containing ALL things and then publish some simple Tools for every one to keep every one statisfied.
Or one big Tool which can be switched to different versions inside (my favorite at the Moment to keep development in one line).

About the alarm:
As I am thinking about it really could be useful to make the alarms more flexible. Anyway I also was thinking about keeping only one alarm, because I only need one Alarm as I have seen during last weeks.
Maybe here are other suggestestions? Let me know, please!

About the graph:
Very cool. I like this Idea as an indicator.
Maybe you could click on it and it changes to an other mode where ask/bid is shown as other indicator, because I guess it´s a strong indicator for the direction (up or down)!?

More Ideas?

www.Bitcoin-Tools.de - Price Alert & Calculator
A little tool to keep you informed or wake you up, if Mt.Gox reaches a defined price level and a calculator to convert  BTC or USD based on live Prices.
BTC: 1BQTankpeCZict849JRHxxYFnwZARV3YX7 | LTC: LecEsSJMYZK7wk493QvyNzA4BxHpXviAEA | PPC: PQdjfxTbjnXThwJ5bbEgJkc9GZcKpib9DM
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January 23, 2012, 11:23:06 PM
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Wow! I like the mookup-design!
Anyway there are sooo much things to do...
In my Opinion this should not be the next which I have to do. I really would like to finalize the break-even-calculator and then a bitcoinica-alarm (same likt Mt.Gox Alarm).
And after this put all Ideas together and make one Tool which containing ALL things and then publish some simple Tools for every one to keep every one statisfied.
Or one big Tool which can be switched to different versions inside (my favorite at the Moment to keep development in one line).

About the alarm:
As I am thinking about it really could be useful to make the alarms more flexible. Anyway I also was thinking about keeping only one alarm, because I only need one Alarm as I have seen during last weeks.
Maybe here are other suggestestions? Let me know, please!

About the graph:
Very cool. I like this Idea as an indicator.
Maybe you could click on it and it changes to an other mode where ask/bid is shown as other indicator, because I guess it´s a strong indicator for the direction (up or down)!?

More Ideas?

i vote one alarm and multiple time frame graph.
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January 23, 2012, 11:25:57 PM
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Wow! I like the mookup-design!
Anyway there are sooo much things to do...
In my Opinion this should not be the next which I have to do. I really would like to finalize the break-even-calculator and then a bitcoinica-alarm (same likt Mt.Gox Alarm).
And after this put all Ideas together and make one Tool which containing ALL things and then publish some simple Tools for every one to keep every one statisfied.
Or one big Tool which can be switched to different versions inside (my favorite at the Moment to keep development in one line).

About the alarm:
As I am thinking about it really could be useful to make the alarms more flexible. Anyway I also was thinking about keeping only one alarm, because I only need one Alarm as I have seen during last weeks.
Maybe here are other suggestestions? Let me know, please!

About the graph:
Very cool. I like this Idea as an indicator.
Maybe you could click on it and it changes to an other mode where ask/bid is shown as other indicator, because I guess it´s a strong indicator for the direction (up or down)!?

More Ideas?

This is good Jessi, I think we  have more or less figured out that 2 alarms are not necessary,

There is room for something else... an indicator of some sort, to make your Alert tool Uber Useful   Grin 
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January 23, 2012, 11:28:10 PM
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Wow! I like the mookup-design!
Anyway there are sooo much things to do...
In my Opinion this should not be the next which I have to do. I really would like to finalize the break-even-calculator and then a bitcoinica-alarm (same likt Mt.Gox Alarm).
And after this put all Ideas together and make one Tool which containing ALL things and then publish some simple Tools for every one to keep every one statisfied.
Or one big Tool which can be switched to different versions inside (my favorite at the Moment to keep development in one line).

About the alarm:
As I am thinking about it really could be useful to make the alarms more flexible. Anyway I also was thinking about keeping only one alarm, because I only need one Alarm as I have seen during last weeks.
Maybe here are other suggestestions? Let me know, please!

About the graph:
Very cool. I like this Idea as an indicator.
Maybe you could click on it and it changes to an other mode where ask/bid is shown as other indicator, because I guess it´s a strong indicator for the direction (up or down)!?

More Ideas?

i vote one alarm and multiple time frame graph.

I vote one alarm with a basic last-price movement line, as per my mock-up.
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January 23, 2012, 11:55:47 PM
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Ok. Sounds good to me. And I allready checked out Flash libraries for charts: could be implemented... ;-)


But first I would like to solve my break-even calc.

Has anyone tested the alpha if it´s calculating correctly?
What I want to do is to calculate if you buy for an amount of $ some Bitcoins, based on a price you fill in, and a fee you fill in, the final amount of bitcoins you receive including the fees (that´s easy)
Then I would like to calculate the "break even" price including fees if you need to sell them without loss (including fees!).

I think it´s working 90% but in some cases it makes a wrong output in second row. Does anyone have a full working formula?

www.Bitcoin-Tools.de - Price Alert & Calculator
A little tool to keep you informed or wake you up, if Mt.Gox reaches a defined price level and a calculator to convert  BTC or USD based on live Prices.
BTC: 1BQTankpeCZict849JRHxxYFnwZARV3YX7 | LTC: LecEsSJMYZK7wk493QvyNzA4BxHpXviAEA | PPC: PQdjfxTbjnXThwJ5bbEgJkc9GZcKpib9DM
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January 24, 2012, 12:19:14 AM
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Ok. Sounds good to me. And I allready checked out Flash libraries for charts: could be implemented... ;-)


But first I would like to solve my break-even calc.

Has anyone tested the alpha if it´s calculating correctly?
What I want to do is to calculate if you buy for an amount of $ some Bitcoins, based on a price you fill in, and a fee you fill in, the final amount of bitcoins you receive including the fees (that´s easy)
Then I would like to calculate the "break even" price including fees if you need to sell them without loss (including fees!).

I think it´s working 90% but in some cases it makes a wrong output in second row. Does anyone have a full working formula?


I will play w/ breakeven calc Jess, and let u know what I find.
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January 24, 2012, 12:29:07 AM
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Ok. Sounds good to me. And I allready checked out Flash libraries for charts: could be implemented... ;-)


But first I would like to solve my break-even calc.

Has anyone tested the alpha if it´s calculating correctly?
What I want to do is to calculate if you buy for an amount of $ some Bitcoins, based on a price you fill in, and a fee you fill in, the final amount of bitcoins you receive including the fees (that´s easy)
Then I would like to calculate the "break even" price including fees if you need to sell them without loss (including fees!).

I think it´s working 90% but in some cases it makes a wrong output in second row. Does anyone have a full working formula?


I will play w/ breakeven calc Jess, and let u know what I find.
Thank you very much. Also consider the Spreadsheat as comperative, please. ;-)
I am not sure, if all is 100% ok. or if there is missing anything usefull.

www.Bitcoin-Tools.de - Price Alert & Calculator
A little tool to keep you informed or wake you up, if Mt.Gox reaches a defined price level and a calculator to convert  BTC or USD based on live Prices.
BTC: 1BQTankpeCZict849JRHxxYFnwZARV3YX7 | LTC: LecEsSJMYZK7wk493QvyNzA4BxHpXviAEA | PPC: PQdjfxTbjnXThwJ5bbEgJkc9GZcKpib9DM
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January 24, 2012, 07:13:47 PM
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Jessi, your web site might have some clipping issues, not sure if visitors to your web site see the same thing,
but I took a screen capture to show you. Using Firefox here, with Windows 7

Red arrows show clipping of text, and blue arrow shows missing scrollbar.





I would look at the CSS style sheets associated with your design layout.  I think something in your web code
is hiding the vertical scrollbars. If that's true, then folks cannot  access your link to the spreadsheet tool near
the bottom of your page. (unless they are smart enough to use Full Screen command on their browser)

Hope this helps, Stew
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January 24, 2012, 09:47:34 PM
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Thank yo, Stew. I did fix it. It was the way I place flash inside this page. Now it should work better.

www.Bitcoin-Tools.de - Price Alert & Calculator
A little tool to keep you informed or wake you up, if Mt.Gox reaches a defined price level and a calculator to convert  BTC or USD based on live Prices.
BTC: 1BQTankpeCZict849JRHxxYFnwZARV3YX7 | LTC: LecEsSJMYZK7wk493QvyNzA4BxHpXviAEA | PPC: PQdjfxTbjnXThwJ5bbEgJkc9GZcKpib9DM
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January 25, 2012, 03:52:24 PM
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Thank yo, Stew. I did fix it. It was the way I place flash inside this page. Now it should work better.

Yep, I can see the scrollbars now, and have access to your break-even tool link.
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January 25, 2012, 06:48:31 PM
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Edit:

Jessi, looks like I had a tiny alarm failure on my end (unless this is an update)

Noticed that the flashing red alert when triggered shows a solid red column, not a  flashing alert,
which is so much more better, IMO.
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January 25, 2012, 10:57:46 PM
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Edit:

Jessi, looks like I had a tiny alarm failure on my end (unless this is an update)

Noticed that the flashing red alert when triggered shows a solid red column, not a  flashing alert,
which is so much more better, IMO.
Yes, you are right. This is a bug which only appearing in simple Version. I also found a bug in extended Version. This is important for everyone! Third alarm "low" isn´t working, yet. I have to fix this soon, but I am at the Moment a bit low on time.

www.Bitcoin-Tools.de - Price Alert & Calculator
A little tool to keep you informed or wake you up, if Mt.Gox reaches a defined price level and a calculator to convert  BTC or USD based on live Prices.
BTC: 1BQTankpeCZict849JRHxxYFnwZARV3YX7 | LTC: LecEsSJMYZK7wk493QvyNzA4BxHpXviAEA | PPC: PQdjfxTbjnXThwJ5bbEgJkc9GZcKpib9DM
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January 25, 2012, 11:11:16 PM
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Edit:

Jessi, looks like I had a tiny alarm failure on my end (unless this is an update)

Noticed that the flashing red alert when triggered shows a solid red column, not a  flashing alert,
which is so much more better, IMO.
Yes, you are right. This is a bug which only appearing in simple Version. I also found a bug in extended Version. This is important for everyone! Third alarm "low" isn´t working, yet. I have to fix this soon, but I am at the Moment a bit low on time.

Aside form that, been working good, keeping up with the mini-dip we just had and giving me the Growling Bear Alarms when needed

Thanks for your hard work on this.
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April 18, 2012, 11:30:46 PM
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Dude, take out the incentive to click ads text you have on your site or you'll get banned from adsense.
Just a friendly warning. Do as you please, just don't say nobody warned you when it finally happens Smiley

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July 17, 2012, 11:56:03 PM
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@ OP:

Hi buddy,

I just sent you 5.555 BTC to your donation address: 1AgDYTxr9FDGa7oXbVhuHxmJJALKqs8cip
I have been using your alarm clock all along and thought I was time to pay back a little.
The only thing that botheres me, is that the alarm sometimes does not go off at all or does so too late, with 20 minutes or so delay. The last time that happened was today (UTC) during the wild price swings.
Could you please investigate on this matter? I would love to keep having a sound sleep;)

For more information, pls dont hesitate to ask!

Regards,
Spekulatius
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August 18, 2012, 03:56:00 AM
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bump for the newbies

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August 18, 2012, 04:35:38 AM
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haha yes
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October 11, 2012, 02:21:18 PM
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and all are competitive with the bots now ^^

very very nice contribution to the bitcoin world!
 if i can profit from this a donantion is on its way  Cool
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February 14, 2013, 07:15:52 AM
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BUMP O___O

especially relevant tonight
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February 14, 2013, 09:28:07 AM
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Lol.   This really is a fun thread as I type this in bed on my android at 1:30am.  Cheesy

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