Example for LIMIT Entry Loop with Market Fallback

# update balance & cache/save current price 
# only use cached balance from here on to have quantity % resolve consistently 
# place limit order using leftover quantity from last canceled order in this alert or the specified quantity as fallback (used for first run!) 
# accept a maximum of 0.5% price slippage against us (compared to cached price from start of alert), otherwise jump to "badPrice"... 
# retry for a maximum time of 1 minute (since start of alert), if not fully filled till then jump to "tooLong"... 
[side]=YOUR_QUANTITY% leftover leverage=YOUR_LEVERAGE price=[-]0.25 maxslip=0.5% ifslip=badPrice type=post id=entry maxtime=1m iftime=tooLong
cancel id=entry ifnone=posCheck save # if all filled we are done => go to "posCheck", otherwise save leftover quantity for next run 
# price went too much against us, check if we have partial position and continue with "main", otherwise exit! 
ifpos=main side=[side]
# limitLoop took to long to get an entry, open leftover quantity (or all, if no partial fill occured before) with market order 
[side] leftover quantity=YOUR_QUANTITY% leverage=YOUR_LEVERAGE type=market
# Note: replace the line above with "ifpos=main ifnopos=abort" if you do NOT want to fallback on a market order! 
# for safety give market order a few sec till its fully there 
delay=2s goto=main
# in case the post-only order was just canceled (=no position yet), try again.. 
ifnopos=limitLoop side=[side]
### place SL and TP here ### 

Quantity, leverage, stoploss and takeprofit have to be adjusted to your strategy / personal needs!


Always double check that you are using the right syntax/alert!