On the left you will find the treeview that is already populated with the deault OpenHoldem formulas, grouped into several categories. The toolbar below the menu contains the following buttons from left to right:
OpenHoldem supports hand-lists, mainly for preflop decisions. Creating a new handlist works basically the same way like creating a new formula. Select the category “Hand Lists”, then press the button with the blank sheet and a dialog will pop up that asks you for the name of your list. All names are allowed as long as they start with the prefix “list”. Choose a name, press “OK” and the list has been created; empty for the moment.
To edit your newly created list select it in the tree-view and click the matrix-button in the toolbar. A dialog will pop up that allows you to choose the hands in the lists. Pairs are at the main diagonal, Suited hands above and offsuited hands below.
OpenHoldem uses per default the main autoplayer functions (f$alli, f$betsize, etc.). We call this default mode OH-script-mode. It is more or less compatibel to the former WinHoldem behaviour. However if you develop OpenPPL profiles the main autoplayer functions won’t be used; OpenHoldem will use f$preflop..f$river instead and the formula editor will switch to OpenPPL mode as soon as the formula contains a non-empty f$preflop function. Then all primary autoplayer-functions will be hidden and a subtree with the four main OpenPPL functions will be shown instead.
Converted document If your formula-editor is in OH-script mode then just create a new user-defined function, call it “f$preflop”, start editing it, apply your changes and reopen the editor.