I state this not to criticize but to correct so that you and other people who may read this and think they are trading a proper cypher and/or Gartley and hope to profit from it don't end up losing money because they were actually trading incorrect patterns. So I hope you don't take offense. Just trying to help is all.....GL!
You are absolutely right, if we look for values with accuracy, actually my ratios are the same from tradeempowered.com, but taking into account that these patterns are nothing more than a simplified way to predict elliot moves, I'm trying to find price zones and respective reactions, and not exact percentages of retraction or extension. The only "issue" is the name that we apply to it. And the discrepancy is not so significant, you can notice that on the Cypher here, I put the point C a little lower just in case :)
Second, I have to take issue with the fact that you say these patterns are "nothing more than a simplified way to predict elliott moves". If you have followed my posts, you know that I use wave counts extensively in my trading. I agree that advanced patterns do have something to do with elliott waves as Scott Carney himself also says that he attributes much of his work to the masters such as Proctor, Gann and others. But advanced patterns are a method of trading all unto itself without regards to Elliott waves. Now, everyone is free to extrapolate for themselves how best to use these patterns. I incorporate these patterns in to my own trading method by using them to CONFIRM my own wave counts. For example, If I am thinking there is a wave 3 coming off a wave 2 that is finishing, if I can find a pattern that also confirms that move, then all the better.
Thirdly, that "discrepancy" that you are saying is not so significant, if you use that same logic with all your patterns, for example, that gartley whose ratios are really a butterfly, then the true D point (should be a butterfly according to your own rules chart above) has a 118 pip difference from your supposed Gartley. So say for example if someone were to take your advice and sell on that Gartley D point and prices kept going up to finish where it really should which is at the butterfly D point, they could end up in a losing trade.
Anyway, I don't want to get into a long discussion about this as you seem to have your own method. I'm just pointing out that going by the "names" you have given your "patterns", they are not correct. If you are using the ratios you used in your "cypher" and your "Gartley", then they aren't a cypher and gartley. For the sake of clarity, they should be named something else so as not to mislead those that are not so familiar with advanced patterns. GL!