Hi @fiftyeightandeight again,
As for my observations after testing the ‘Pre-Settle Tarding’ function, I will divide them into two groups.
The first concerns ‘Limit Price’ orders (screenshot 1). And here I actually have no reservations. As in the earlier tests, this function works smoothly, without the need to refresh the page.
The second group of orders are those of the ‘Market Price’ types (screenshot 2).
In this case there was no need to refresh the page in order to observe the operation of ‘Pre-Settle Tarding’, too. However, there is still some problem in filling these orders. Most of them were not fully filled. Some were not filled at all.
In addition, after placing several these orders, I noticed that they do not show up in either 'Order History or ‘Trade History’.
And in this case it was necessary to refresh the page. After this action, subsequent orders already appeared, without having to refresh again.
An additional impediment to smooth tading is the operation of the slider, which is located under the ‘Amount’ window. Moving it to the end most often ends with a message: ‘Insufficient balance’, because its range exceeds 100% (screenshot 3).
I remember reporting this in the first phase of Alex Orderbook testing
Also, it would be a great convenience for the user to be able to export ‘Trade History’. This is due to the fact that in the course of execution, an order is often split into several(dozen) parts (Screenshoot 4). With the ability to export these data, it would be easier to count / add up.
I remember reporting this as well, and I hope it will appear in the mainnet version of STX-Dex
And one more thing I noticed in ‘Trade History’. Well, there is no distinction there between ‘Limit’ / ‘Market’ type orders. They are all described as ‘Limit / Sell’ or ‘Limit / Buy’.
In the ‘Order History’ tab this distinction is there.
I wrote a little bit about it… Please forgive me Chan
But I hope this information will be helpful
p.s. Google Chrome browser (ver): 107.0.5304.88