...and I've tried every combination of: ,%,local,instance,etc. to no avail. I'm trying solutions I’d already written off. I don’t know what it is about this macro in particular that is proving to be far more challenging to finish than I anticipated (measuring in weeks now).
I am trying to work this algorithm "Wick Licker" out in Keyboard Maestro in addition to a few other functions such as canceling the current order and setting a stop-loss before submitting a replacement order at a different price if the current price has moved more or less than x% from a given distance (in $) from the current order.
The plan is to develop a proof of concept in Keyboard Maestro I will later replicate with Python and run endlessly on a cloud server.
If any %Variable%User% can lend a hand beyond this single calculation, I would be very grateful. I’ve been going the “learn python” route for about a month and so far have authenticated with the site’s (Bybit.com) API and had it successfully return a CSV. So, while I might not be entirely clueless regarding Python and programming in general, I have no idea how to interact with that data in any meaningful way.
Should this little trading bot project turn out to be successful, I would be more than happy to donate a portion of the (initial) Bitcoin yielded to meaningful contributors to get them started in case they want to run the bot themselves.
I have Discord currently for screensharing or audio/video chat. Open to installing remote desktop/collaboration software if it would help significantly (and I think it may cause I’m no dumby with MacOS and Keyboard Maestro;) just some fundamental misunderstandings that repeated readings of the wiki entries are not addressing.
Probably gonna repost on the Keyboard Maestro subreddit.
Wick Licker_201.kmmacros (31 KB)