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- Trade Types & Forces

ATL III supports 3 different trade types.

1) Disabled: Disabled trade receive no traffic, no exceptions.
Remember that a disabled trade can still appear in your toplist, unless you disable it for TL listing as well.

2) Full: ATL will return traffic to these trades as it seems fit. The advanced trade algorithms and the A.I. module will try to make your site grow as fast as possible. This is the recommended and default trade type for new trades.

3) Capped: This is the same as the Full type, except that you can now set three caps (limits).
1) min prod: If the productivity of a trade drops below this number, then it won't receive hits at all.
2) min value: If the value (value II: trade clicks / hits out) of a trade drops below this number, then it won't receive hits at all.
3) max return: If a trade has received more traffic - percentage wise - than this number, it will not receive any more untill you receive some hits first.

There are 2 force types in ATL, a normal force and a fast force.
When out.cgi is loaded, there is a chance that a force-trade is loaded before the primary trades are loaded from the outgoing list. The fast forces have a higher chance to be selected than a normal force. If you find that normal forces are not filled enough, switch a couple of trades to a fast force. Try to keep the total size of your forces under 30% of your total outgoing traffic to trades.
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