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If the user selects the MAX quantity when ordering, an error will be displayed.
There is a fee even if the administrator sets the fee to zero.
Again, I cannot reproduce the problem. All my tests show that everything is fine, as with the other problem you reported earlier (market creation). When I set the fee to zero, no fees are applied, and when I select the max amount to transact, this works for me.
Something is very strange and I have to think of how to debug it. I am not sure right now what other information to ask you, once I do I will get back to you.
I have now identified a bug that is probably related to causing the “insufficient funds” message. I am still not sure why fees would be applied when you set them to zero. I will look at this again tomorrow.
I have just now released
0.5.3-beta which includes a few bugfixes, including one that I believe was causing the “insufficient funds” message you saw. There is also a new feature, you can now disable buy, sell, and cancel operations individually per market. I was not yet able to identify a condition where fees are applied when they are set to zero.
Keeping you updated on this issue:
We now know that the above issues you mentioned were possible when using MyISAM as a MySQL table storage engine. The plugin since warns the user about converting the tables to InnoDB.
Moreover, with the recent feature of available balance calculations, these balance-related issues are now resolved.
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