A program for sets play is now available.
There are two files. The first has 9 rounds. It does not have round winners or day winners. It is designed for an event played in pools/sections with up to 9 teams per section.
It can also be used for an event not played in sections.
My intention was to have the ranking as per the Laws of Bowls however I have made an adjustment. I have Game Points, Net Total of Sets (SW-SL), Total of Set Points (Win 1, Draw 0.5, Loss 0), Net Total of Shots.
The Law book has Game Points, Highest Number of Sets Won, Net Total of Set Points, Net Total of Shots.
It is my belief that the Law book has the net in the wrong place. A player can win a set and lose a set and be forced to a tie breaker and will rank equally in the second tier of ranking to a player who has obtained his wins by winning a set and drawing a set. This is where the net score should be allocated. There is no point to allocating points and then applying a net number of points so no net should be used in the third tier of ranking.
The other file has 4 games. I have it so 2 games may be played each day with round winners and day winners. I have similar one available with ranking tailor made for a club.
Clients are reminded that they must have excel installed on their computer for PAMI to work.
The video links are working again.
Sorry videos not available at this point in time. This will be fixed when I have time away from the bowling club.
AS some of our clients are aware we have had an issue with the print macro. V7 was to be the fix. Unfortunately more work had to be done and now V 18.104.22.168 is ready for download. Make sure your club receives it.
Problems have occurred in the print macro in version 6. The problem has been fixed and Version 7 is now available. All clients will be sent the link to the new version.
PAMI v6.1.4 is here. When you install it remove the previous version to external hard drive if you want to keep it. Having both on the desktop upsets the print function.
PAMI has made changes to accomodate some updates made to Windows 10. Contact us for version 6.1.3
PAMI is now working in Windows 10 and Office 2016.
Contact me for the latest version when you upgrade your computer to Windows 10.
PAMI will run in Windows 10 however there appears to be a compatibility issue with the computers that have installed the upgrade to Windows 10. We advise clubs not to upgrade their match room computers unless the issue is resolved.