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 Using 2_worldtrade.ts for passive gridding/pair trading 
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Unread post Using 2_worldtrade.ts for passive gridding/pair trading
The settings for passive gridding are:

M - Navigation Settings
A - Attack preference (FAST)
E - Evasion pattern (PARANOID)
H - Holoscan frequency (STANDARD) - Set to always if needed
X - Extra Commands ( f1*cd/ )

P - PPT Settings
F - Drop figs under ports (ON)
H - Haggling (ON) - if you are using EP's haggler, this will be blank
R - Trade fuel/organics (OFF)
T - Trade to % of max (40)

I would suggest using EP's haggle, you will make much more cash.
These settings will let you pair trade passively and will stop when there are no safe options

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I use TWXProxy and SWATH. How do I incorporate Elder Prophet's script?

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just load the script before you start worldtrade

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Lionmane wrote:
I use TWXProxy and SWATH. How do I incorporate Elder Prophet's script?


Follow the directions that come with EP's haggle script.
and it will work with almost any script.

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Unread post Re: Using 2_worldtrade.ts for passive gridding/pair trading
Helix wrote:
The settings for passive gridding are:

M - Navigation Settings
A - Attack preference (FAST)
E - Evasion pattern (PARANOID)
H - Holoscan frequency (STANDARD) - Set to always if needed
X - Extra Commands ( f1*cd/ )

P - PPT Settings
F - Drop figs under ports (ON)
H - Haggling (ON) - if you are using EP's haggler, this will be blank
R - Trade fuel/organics (OFF)
T - Trade to % of max (40)

I would suggest using EP's haggle, you will make much more cash.
These settings will let you pair trade passively and will stop when there are no safe options


This does work, but if you don't have a map yet and you end up in a one way, it will either stop and fail or mow back to the first point, which in a game with other players will likely get you killed - it will do this despite the paranoid mode.

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