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Hey :)
You can just write it in chat like "/bet 955b701c-ab6e-4434-8efb-38aa1524f40c" to view it like you do with "/bet 45,333,222,274"
And than you'll get the numbers on top (45,333,222,274) which you are asking for ;)

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18 hours ago, DeeBK said:

Hey :)
You can just write it in chat like "/bet 955b701c-ab6e-4434-8efb-38aa1524f40c" to view it like you do with "/bet 45,333,222,274"
And than you'll get the numbers on top (45,333,222,274) which you are asking for ;)

So simple 😖, thank's 

May be here any topic on forum about how use different commands in chat in detail? but i can't find any

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Easy, just copy it and type it into the bet search on the main site - It will open up in a new modal window with the simplified bet ID. For me, the JSON file isn't an issue but I think the majority have no idea what to do with it or how to view it properly. Guess this is what happens when you have a dev choose how to display something on the site.

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On 25/12/2019 at 01:16, AqChrysaetos said:

 

Tell me please, in the bet archive I can download the file in json format, how can I convert the any ID to (example "id": "955b701c-ab6e-4434-8efb-38aa1524f40c") to familiar format (like 45,333,222,274) ?

hi :) you can sometimes ask for the support to do it for you.

You may extract it by typing this in your URL browser field:

https://api.primedice.com/graphql?query={ bet(betId: "insert the bet ID from the archive") { iid } }

 

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