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Hi @lmori and @xhoms

 

In MM 0.9.46 we have the "libraesva" miners prototypes. All of them with share level Yellow. But we don't have an output prototype with this share level. I tried to create a new one from std.feedHCGreen, but it doesn't allow to change the share level to Yellow.

 

What is the best way to create an output prototype with share level Yellow?

 

Best regards.

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Hi @danilo.souza,

 

just create a new prototype with the right input filter. The following sequence of screenshots shows how to create such a prototype using the FeedGreenWithValue one as base.

 

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L5 Sessionator

Hi @danilo.souza,

 

just create a new prototype with the right input filter. The following sequence of screenshots shows how to create such a prototype using the FeedGreenWithValue one as base.

 

2018-07-23_10-20-18.png2018-07-23_10-20-50.png2018-07-23_10-22-14.png2018-07-23_10-27-59.png2018-07-23_10-28-28.png2018-07-23_10-28-49.png

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Hi @xhoms;

 

This post it's working for me and save my day. :-)

 

Thanks, keep going shared solutions and experience about minemeld powerful tool.

Can you create a prototype to match 2 share level values?   By that I mean, accept indicators that are either green or yellow.

 

I'd rather have one output assigned to one prototype that accepts both values rather than creating a single prototype and output for each color I want to accept.  That could get really messy.

 

I can't find anything stating that this is possible or what the syntax would be to add two values to match on.

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