Here are some example layouts that can be created using regular slots:
To setup stack and slots click on “Setup slots” button and select “Slots”. This will open Slots setup in which you will be able to add/delete slots, position them and change their size. If you click on “Tile” button your slots and stack will be tiled using settings from “Tiling options”. When you finish configuring your slots click on “Save” button.
Following options control how your slots will work:
“Sort slots” – when a table is in the slot and:
every other table that is in a slot with higher index will move one slot up. Example: table in slot 3 was closed, table in slot 4 moves to slot 3, table in slot 5 moves to slot 4 etc.
“Enable slot swapping” – this allows you to move tables between slots by dragging them with a mouse. If target slot is not empty tables will swap places.
“Move new tables to Slots/Stack” – this option controls what should happen with newly opened tables. It is recommended to enable this option.
“After taking seat move tables to Slots/Stack” – similar to previous option but works after taking seat on the table. This can be useful in cash games when you want to play in stack and use slots for table selection.
If none of these two options is enabled you will need to manually move your tables to stack using “Add tables to stack” or “Add table to stack” hotkeys. Otherwise TO will not recognize that tables are in stack/slot mode.
“Smart stacking mode” – selecting any mode will enable smart stacking – automatic movement of tables between stack and slots. There are five available modes:
In all modes tables automatically move back to stack when you fold your hand. In all modes except “Zoom” tables move back to stack when hand is finished.
If there are not enough empty slot table is moved to the queue. Once slot gets empty table from the queue moves into it. It’s recommended to always have enough empty slots.