You can't maintain 1:1.5 for each 1 tier difference and 1:3 for 2 tier difference at the same time. Math doesn't work like this.
That would make it inconsistent. If you trade down T3->T2 and then T2->T1 at 2*, it would make sense that corresponding amount of T3->T1 would also be 2*. If you do 1.5:1 for one tier, but 3:1 for two tiers, then 2* would be different whether you post 2 single tier trades or a single double tier trade.how about 1:1.5 for 1 tier difference and 1:3 for 2 tier difference - since there seems to be some differences in opinion between 2.25 and 4 for the 2 tier difference. Not a true splitting the difference between opinions but close and still easier math.
i believe trades should be sorted by rating like i suggested in old bug report which wasnt a bug, current visualisation is misleadingThank you for addressing this issue! I do have a question on what calculation triggers the 3 stars to appear, however. Currently, a trade posted requesting 10,000 of a T1 good and offering 10,010 of another T1 good will trigger a 3-star rating. It is a 1:1.001 ratio. Hovering over the stars shows the rounded down ratio correctly at 1.00 but the 3-star rating floats this trade to the top. Will there be a greater ratio between the offering and the request that will trigger the star rating itself? Visuals are powerful which is why the current star rating is dissatisfying. Not many hover over the stars to check the actual calculation.