Table Optimizer allows you to create multiple table layouts and provides convenient way to quickly switch between them using hotkeys. This is very useful for players who like to organize their tables differently based on number of tables or game type.

Layouts settings can be found in “Layouts/Hotkyes” tab. Both “Tiling options” and “Stacking/slots options” belong to layout settings. Below “Stacking/slots options” you can see a combobox with all created layouts. To create a new layout click on this combobox, type a new unique name and press “Add” button. Initially the new layout will have the same settings as a layout that was selected before clicking on the combobox.

If you wish to setup a hotkey, click on the field next to “Hotkey” text, press desired hotkey and lose focus by pressing Tab or clicking on other UI element. If you wish to remove a hotkey use Backspace key.

Last thing you can configure is what should happen with tables when layout changes. If you want your table to automatically tile, check “Tile” checkbox. If you want your tables to go to the stack or slots enable “Move to stack/slots”. Only tables that are already in slots(regular slots not hotkey or auto slots) will move to the slots of the new layout. Every other table will move to the stack. If you are using auto-slots you can leave both “Tile” and “Move to stack/slots” option unchecked.

Now let’s briefly look at different table management options:

  1. Tiling – this will put your tables into uniformly sized grid. You can control size of the tables, how much they are overlapping and order in which they’re tiling. You can set different options for each of your monitors.
  2. Slots – allow you to create one stack and unlimited number of slots. Each slot can have only one table. You can move tables between stack and slots manually or automatically(smart-stacking feature). Not compatible with auto-slots.
  3. Hotkey slots – used mainly for setting tables aside. Each hotkey slot can have unlimited number of tables. Hotkey slots work with tiling, regular slots and auto slots.
  4. Auto slots – each slot can have user defined number of tables and a set of user defined filters. Tables move automatically between slots based on these filters. Not compatible with regular slots.