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Sales, Swaps, Auction & Approvals/Auction Disc. : Auctions Lost ???

 

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lemaven
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14 Sep 2020
01:41:13pm
Under Buyer I can see the current Open Auctions and whether I am winning, and under Won Lots I can see those I purchased.

Lately I have been interested in looking at lots I bid on but lost to help figure out a better strategy for next time. But I don't see that option.

Is there a way to access that info? Should there be? Can we program it?

Many thanks, Dave.

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14 Sep 2020
01:47:30pm
re: Auctions Lost ???

Not directly. You have to go to the seller's profile and click on their LOTS SOLD link near the bottom of their profile page. Then you will see the list.

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14 Sep 2020
02:31:27pm
re: Auctions Lost ???

Thanks Michael, that's a decent work-around assuming I can remember which lots I bid on. But unfortunately, my memory has always been problematic (it's not just a function of my age or natural stupidity).

I'll leave it to the SOR programming geniuses to determine if there is a worthwhile upgrade here.

Dave.

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Neddie Seagoon from The Telegoons

14 Sep 2020
03:35:28pm

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re: Auctions Lost ???

Dave:- Why not use a pencil and a piece of paper to write down your bids and then you can check?

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Benque

14 Sep 2020
03:41:45pm
re: Auctions Lost ???

A what??....and a what????? Is there an app for that?

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Neddie Seagoon from The Telegoons

14 Sep 2020
06:20:20pm

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re: Auctions Lost ???

What's an APP. Can a dinosaur like me eat it? Is it short for apple?

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14 Sep 2020
07:33:25pm
re: Auctions Lost ???

Apparently "Brechin" is an archaic Celtic term for "Lord of the Hillock", hence the peasantry would deferentially greet their superior as "M'Ludd".

Therefore, a "Brechinite" is also colloquially known as a "Luddite", which explains the antediluvian preference for pencil and paper over electronic contraptions.

A circuitous explanation, but hopefully useful to understand this oft-maligned creature.

Yours truly,

Lemaven, Esq

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Neddie Seagoon from The Telegoons

14 Sep 2020
07:41:45pm

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Dave:-

A most amusing, thought out explanation,


10 out of 10 for research!

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lemaven

14 Sep 2020
01:41:13pm

Under Buyer I can see the current Open Auctions and whether I am winning, and under Won Lots I can see those I purchased.

Lately I have been interested in looking at lots I bid on but lost to help figure out a better strategy for next time. But I don't see that option.

Is there a way to access that info? Should there be? Can we program it?

Many thanks, Dave.

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michael78651

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14 Sep 2020
01:47:30pm

re: Auctions Lost ???

Not directly. You have to go to the seller's profile and click on their LOTS SOLD link near the bottom of their profile page. Then you will see the list.

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"Author: Seasons of Fantasies and Dreams, The Whitechapel Fog"

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lemaven

14 Sep 2020
02:31:27pm

re: Auctions Lost ???

Thanks Michael, that's a decent work-around assuming I can remember which lots I bid on. But unfortunately, my memory has always been problematic (it's not just a function of my age or natural stupidity).

I'll leave it to the SOR programming geniuses to determine if there is a worthwhile upgrade here.

Dave.

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Neddie Seagoon from The Telegoons
14 Sep 2020
03:35:28pm

Auctions - Approvals

re: Auctions Lost ???

Dave:- Why not use a pencil and a piece of paper to write down your bids and then you can check?

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"Gonnae no dae that!..........Just gonnae no!"
Benque

14 Sep 2020
03:41:45pm

re: Auctions Lost ???

A what??....and a what????? Is there an app for that?

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Neddie Seagoon from The Telegoons
14 Sep 2020
06:20:20pm

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re: Auctions Lost ???

What's an APP. Can a dinosaur like me eat it? Is it short for apple?

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"Gonnae no dae that!..........Just gonnae no!"
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lemaven

14 Sep 2020
07:33:25pm

re: Auctions Lost ???

Apparently "Brechin" is an archaic Celtic term for "Lord of the Hillock", hence the peasantry would deferentially greet their superior as "M'Ludd".

Therefore, a "Brechinite" is also colloquially known as a "Luddite", which explains the antediluvian preference for pencil and paper over electronic contraptions.

A circuitous explanation, but hopefully useful to understand this oft-maligned creature.

Yours truly,

Lemaven, Esq

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Neddie Seagoon from The Telegoons
14 Sep 2020
07:41:45pm

Auctions - Approvals

re: Auctions Lost ???

Dave:-

A most amusing, thought out explanation,


10 out of 10 for research!

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