Layouts:

Layouts are how TT determines where to position tables. There are several modes to choose from. A layout is composed of slots. A slot determines the position and size of a table. A slot can contain multiple tables stacked on top of each other.

Properties:

Settings - Layout - 4-7-17

  • + Button - Add a new layout
  • Gear Button - Edit the slots in a layout.
  • - Button - Delete a layout.
    • Layout Name - A unique name to identify the layout.
    • Slot - Defines where a table will be positioned
    • Stack - All layout modes besides Fill make use of a stack. All tables are placed in the stack slot and then moved to slots based on the layout mode.
    • New Table Destination - Choose where new tables are sent.Table Height Scaling - Adjust the table's height based on the width of the table. TT will use the default ratio of height to width that the site uses. Turning this option on, may alleviate some issues with layouts and table sizing.
      • Stack - Send all new tables to the stack. This doesn't apply to Fill mode.
      • Grid - The grid are the rest of the slots that are not the stack. TT will fill empty grid slots with new tables. This doesn't apply to Fill mode.
      • CashToGridAndStackSNG - All new cash tables will be placed in the grid, and all new SNG/MTT will be placed in the stack.
      • Slot - Choose a particular slot for new tables
      • Ignore - New tables will not be added to the layout until the user decides they should.
    • Remove Title Bar - Hide the titlebar and borders of the table. Users who are tight on space may want to use this to fit more tables.
    • Treat Advanced Action Like Urgent - This will treat a table with Advanced Action to function like an urgent table. For example, if we were using Preflop action mode, TT moves a table out of the stack and to an empty slot when it is urgent. With this option on, TT will also move it out of the stack and to an empty slot, when Advanced Action is visible. If you are using fill mode and have multiple tables stacked in a slot, TT will not only bring urgent tables to the front, it will also bring AA tables to the front too.
    • Hide Invisible Window Borders on Windows 10 - In Win 10, there is an invisible border around each window. TT will attempt to compensate by changing the table size so there will be no gaps. This option may not work as desired and is still in development.
    • Don't Resize Tables - This will only place tables at the correct X/Y coordinate on the screen, but won't change their sizes.
    • Inactive Tables
      • Move Inactive Tables - If no action has been detected on a table for longer than X amount of time, the table will be moved
      • After X Minutes - How many minutes until the table is considered inactive and should be moved
      • Destination In Layout
        • Slot - A specific slot # to move the table 
        • Grid - If you are using a layout mode with a stack, the table will move out of the stack to an empty slot. If you are using fill mode, the slot # will always be used instead.
      • Destination Slot - The slot # to move tables 
    • Sitting Out Tables - To move tables based on whether you are sitting out, you must change the setting 'Settings/Automation/When player is sitting out' to 'Move Table'
      • Destination In Layout
        • Slot - A specific slot # to move the table 
        • Grid - If you are using a layout mode with a stack, the table will move out of the stack to an empty slot. If you are using fill mode, the slot # will always be used instead.

Slot Filters:

TableTamer-Layout-SlotFilters

  • + Button - Add a new filter
  • - Button - Delete a filter.
  • Filter Name - A unique name to identify the filter
  • Table Type - Filter by cash or SNG/MTTInclude Keywords - Only include tables with these keywords in the title.Excluded Keywords - Only include tables with these keywords excluded from the title.
    • All - Allow both cash and SNG/MTT
    • Cash - Allow cash only
    • Tournament - Allow tournaments only
  • Blind Range - Only include tables with a BB bigger than or equal to X and less than or equal to Y 
  • Sites - Only include tables from the selected sites

Hotkeys:

Settings-Layout-Hotkeys

  • Focus Previous Slot - Focus the table to the slot # that is 1 less than the current slot # or moves it to the last slot 
  • Focus Next Slot - Focus the table to the slot # that is 1 higher than the current slot # or moves it to the last slot
  • Move To Previous Slot - Moves the table to the slot # that is 1 less than the current slot # or moves it to the last slot 
  • Move To Next Slot - Moves the table to the slot # that is 1 higher than the current slot # or moves it to the last slot
  • Move To Next Empty Slot - Finds the next slot that is empty and moves the table there
  • Move To First Empty Slot - Starting at slot # 0, TT will check each slot until it finds an empty one
  • Toggle Slot Assignment - Assign a specific slot to a table. No other tables will be able to occupy an assigned slot.
  • Stack Table - Send the table to the stack
  • Stack All Tables - Send all of the tables to the stack
  • Lock Table - Locking a table to a slot will not allow the table to be moved from that slot. This is useful while using layout modes that move tables constantly. It will help the user focus on an important table.
  • Move To Slot - Move a table to a slot.
    • Z-Order - The position in the slot like behind or in front of other tables.Swap Tables - If there is a table in the slot, TT will move that table to the current table's slot.
      • Top - Send it to the top unless there is another urgent table
      • Bottom - Send it behind the other tables
      • TopMost - Send it to the top
  • Focus Slot - Focus a slot.

Drag and Drop:

Settings-Layout-DragAndDrop

  • Enabled - Having this checked will allow the user to drag tables between slots with their mouse.
  • Swap Dropped Tables - The top table in the slot that the table is being dragged will be moved into the table's old slot.
  • Disable For Ignored Tables - Ignored tables are allowed to be dragged into the layout.