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Posted: Mon May 02, 2011 3:22 pm
Thank you Steve, please do.
Posted: Mon May 02, 2011 7:57 am
Will certainly try my best Mario. It's odd though, for two auctions I've just tested the point out on the 'problem' (if it is one) hasn't happened.
However the three auctions I spotted this happening to yesterday all differ from tdoay's test items in so much as they had active bids from other people and todays tests had no bids at all.
For example one auction where the issue occured looked like this:
Other Bidders were bidding the item up to: $410
My snipe was set in Gixen at: $450
Item's BIN Price: $500
In the above case my snipe was shown in yellow inside Gixen when clearly $450 is greater than $410, albeit lower than the $500 BIN price.
As soon as I have something concrete to share I'll post it here Mario.
Posted: Mon May 02, 2011 6:41 am
Steve, this is an issue, can you please give me item number asap? I need to debug that.
Posted: Mon May 02, 2011 6:17 am
On the subject of colo(u)r schemes:
I notice that auctions which also have a Buy-It-Now option show as yellow in Gixen ('your snipe is lower than the current price') even when the snipe value is in fact higher than the current AUCTION price (albeit not higher than the BIN value).
For example, if one has a snipe setup in Gixen at $205 on an eBay auction which is sitting at $200 (with no reserve price) and the auction also has a Buy-It-Now price of $220, Gixen seems to think that one's snipe is too low to win the auction and shows the snipe as yellow even though $205 is higher than $200!
Not a huge issue although I've accidentally decided to delete a number of yellow snipes thinking my snipe value was lower than the current price, when in fact that wasn't the case at all!
Posted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 6:11 am
Red is used when editing a snipe... but sure, we can come up with a different color schema, changing that is easy.
Posted: Mon Apr 25, 2011 6:20 pm
Post subject: Suggestion for Clor Scheme
Thank you for your service. I made my first purchase through gixen.com
Presently, the layout uses only two colors i.e., white and yellow.
I suggest the following color scheme.
white - scheduled, bid price is more than current price
yellow - scheduled, bid price is less than current price
red - auction ended
green - auction won
please explore for implementation.
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