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by PatrickSocal
25 Mar 2015
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Broker choices and final decision
Replies: 26
Views: 7704

IIB

An update on Optimus... they have become an IIB (Independent Introducing Broker) which means they can clear through multiple FCM's. They currently offer accounts through ADMIS, Wedbush, Gain Capital, and AMP. And they are great at supporting Rithmic.
by PatrickSocal
04 Dec 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Latency. Please share experiences.
Replies: 77
Views: 12289

Re: Latency. Please share experiences.

Hi Hilbert, Yes, if you want to handle rollover effects, the code should be modified to handle seconds, minutes, hours, days, etc. I was just keeping it simple. Code that handles second, minute and hour rollovers (but not days or longer) would look like this: start_ms = MillisecondsFromDateTime(comp...
by PatrickSocal
10 Nov 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: .csv export of Trade List from Portfolio Trader in MC 9.1
Replies: 9
Views: 2204

Re: .csv export of Trade List from Portfolio Trader in MC 9.

Excellent thread Hilbert! Thank you for taking the time to research this. It's clear that this "Export Trades" situation is a problem for us. I really hope MC addresses it. You have shown them *proof* that it can be done, and even given them a shortcut to implementing it. I wish they would give this...
by PatrickSocal
21 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Rithmic - sitting orders use up margin while trading with MC
Replies: 18
Views: 1961

Re: Rithmic - sitting orders use up margin while trading wit

I've done research on this subject before you joined this thread. Server-side bracket/OCO orders are what we are talking about here, and the platform originating them can be designed to either submit them as such, or as individual orders. The risk management systems will then treat them differently....
by PatrickSocal
21 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading
Replies: 19
Views: 9205

Re: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading

Thanks for the global reload command. That's helpful. On the topic of data gaps, we expect them during holidays and weekends. But I've seen gaps unexplained by either... which the data vendor has fixed after I sent an error report. So I still see value in checking for these. Thanks again for all the...
by PatrickSocal
21 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Rithmic - sitting orders use up margin while trading with MC
Replies: 18
Views: 1961

Re: Rithmic - sitting orders use up margin while trading wit

The content of your earlier post shows that you may not understand the situation as well as you think you do. And your words were rude. I respectfully ask you to please not reply to any of my posts with such words.
by PatrickSocal
20 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading
Replies: 19
Views: 9205

Re: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading

You should consider the above point number (c) for a clean solid hardware setup. Yes, I agree. We have a dedicated server hosted close to the exchange with backup power and 1Gpbs data through multiple transit paths. Regarding data gaps, you say: I have already mentioned the solution for this issue ...
by PatrickSocal
20 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Rithmic - sitting orders use up margin while trading with MC
Replies: 18
Views: 1961

Re: Rithmic - sitting orders use up margin while trading wit

Ben,

It appears that you don't understand, and your attitude is not helpful.
by PatrickSocal
20 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Rithmic - sitting orders use up margin while trading with MC
Replies: 18
Views: 1961

Re: Rithmic - sitting orders use up margin while trading wit

Hi Henry, Thanks for checking on this for me. That's helpful information. I've also been asking around, trying to understand the situation. Speaking about CQG, apparently they have "smart orders" which are treated differently for margin purposes. If OCO exit orders are submitted via CQG as a smart o...
by PatrickSocal
19 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts .NET
Topic: OnBrokerPositionChange() seems to be lagging
Replies: 8
Views: 1992

Re: OnBrokerPositionChange() seems to be lagging

Hi Josh,

Did you make any progress with this issue?
by PatrickSocal
19 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading
Replies: 19
Views: 9205

Re: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading

I would like to hear if you can tell me any single ERROR/Issue which my above points does not provide a solution in it. Hi Faraz, One example of a fault that I don't know how to detect outside MultiCharts is incomplete data loading. For example, recently when we started MC on a Sunday night, some o...
by PatrickSocal
19 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Latency. Please share experiences.
Replies: 77
Views: 12289

Re: Latency. Please share experiences.

Hi again... Just for fun, I also did a test using the "computerdatetime" function. It has much finer resolution on my machine (around 1 ms), compared to the "calculate_time_ms" function (around 15 ms). Compare the following chart to the one in my last post: http://www.multicharts.com/discussion/down...
by PatrickSocal
19 Oct 2014
Forum: User Contributed Studies and Indicator Library
Topic: Check your Strategy calculation time in MilliSeconds
Replies: 2
Views: 1936

Re: Check your Strategy calculation time in MilliSeconds

Hi Faraz, Thanks for the code... I've used something similar, and also used the code from here: https://www.multicharts.com/discussion/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=46208#p103344 to call the Windows GetTickCount function. I like computerdatetime better than calculate_time_ms, because the latter is limited by ...
by PatrickSocal
17 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Call QueryPerformanceCounter from a PowerLanguage Script
Replies: 1
Views: 915

Call QueryPerformanceCounter from a PowerLanguage Script

Hi, In an earlier post (https://www.multicharts.com/discussion/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=46208#p103344), MultiCharts support gave us the attached code to measure elapsed time with approximately 15 ms resolution. It uses the "GetTickCount" Windows call. I would like to use the QueryPerformanceCounter Windo...
by PatrickSocal
17 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Latency. Please share experiences.
Replies: 77
Views: 12289

Re: Latency. Please share experiences.

Hi, Thanks for that. I know I must be doing something wrong: When I add your indicator using the ADX example in the code......It takes a while to load (that'll be the loop) but then all I get in the output is: "execTime = 0.00000" What have I done wrong? Hi Wil, I just checked that calculate_ms ind...
by PatrickSocal
17 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Most Stable API
Replies: 17
Views: 2849

Re: Most Stable API

We are broker neutral platform. We do not have this information as this is not something that is related to MultiCharts. Hi Henry, My understanding is that CQG/Continuum are the ones who set the pricing. Not the brokers. If the staff at MC have ongoing contact with CQG/Continuum, it would be great ...
by PatrickSocal
17 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Function request: TradeTime_s additional to TradeTime
Replies: 8
Views: 2087

Re: Function request: TradeTime_s additional to TradeTime

Hi Ben, Latency is an interesting and tricky question. Your best guess: Further it would be interesting how much latency to fight with MC in terms of last trade data (from exchg) delivery - signal generation - sending order - receiving trade/order confirmation in MC ... 1+second latency from the las...
by PatrickSocal
17 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading
Replies: 19
Views: 9205

Re: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading

Thank you very very much faraz! There are so many good ideas in here! It's great to hear from someone who is facing the same issues that we are, and has developed so many good solutions. Congratulations! I'll need some time to digest all of the ideas you've posted here... I'll be checking the links ...
by PatrickSocal
17 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Function request: TradeTime_s additional to TradeTime
Replies: 8
Views: 2087

Re: Function request: TradeTime_s additional to TradeTime

Hi guys, q_Time_s gives you second resolution, and q_Time_Dt gives you millisecond resolution. In both cases, it takes the time from the datafeed, not from the bar or from the computer clock. So a nice application is measuring data lag... you can write: if GetAppInfo(aiRealTimeCalc) = 1 AND LastBarO...
by PatrickSocal
16 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts FAQ
Topic: Supported MultiCharts Brokers
Replies: 21
Views: 14222

Re: Supported MultiCharts Brokers

Hi Josh, Great post! Here are a few additions: FuturePath - an Independent IB that can clear through 7 FCM's. Focused on professional traders and funds with low commissions, and strong tech. RCM - an Independent IB that can clear through a handful of FCM's. Focused on managed futures with value-adde...
by PatrickSocal
16 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Most Stable API
Replies: 17
Views: 2849

Pricing for Continuum to replace CQG

Has anyone received a price quote for the new upcoming Continuum API for MultiCharts? (This is the API that is replacing CQG.) I just spoke to an FCM that supports MC through the current virtualized CQG Trader COM API. The current pricing for that is: $25/mo + $25/mo for data enablement of only 3 sy...
by PatrickSocal
16 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: real-time failure alerts
Replies: 7
Views: 655

Re: Getting MC to send an email alert

I intend to contribute code, related to this topic, for those who are interested. If you see that as a hijack, then I apologize.
by PatrickSocal
16 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: real-time failure alerts
Replies: 7
Views: 655

Re: Getting MC to send an email alert

Hi TJ, I'm trying to improve the platform for people who actually use it for autotrading. Our sleeves are pulled up and we are watching it like a hawk. But even hawks need to sleep. (Whether they wear shirt sleeves or not!) Anyway, this is not a wishlist. It is a development plan. It involves no aut...
by PatrickSocal
16 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading
Replies: 19
Views: 9205

ServerDensity Screenshots

I thought I'd provide a glimpse of what I'm monitoring on our TradingServer using this remote cloud-hosted monitoring service. This shows some metrics over the last 12 hours, at a reporting interval of once per minute: http://www.multicharts.com/discussion/download/file.php?id=8303 We had no major p...
by PatrickSocal
16 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: real-time failure alerts
Replies: 7
Views: 655

Re: Getting MC to send an email alert

If you are looking for a heartbeat monitor... there are lots of solutions already available on the market, both free and paid. Why bog down MultiCharts to do something that is not trading related? Lots of reasons. For example, last week MC entered 2 positions that it shouldn't have. There was a 1-d...
by PatrickSocal
16 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: real-time failure alerts
Replies: 7
Views: 655

Re: Getting MC to send an email alert

Most of the failure is due to local internet disconnect ... when the internet is down you can't send email alerts. No amount of MultiCharts functions can save your bacon if you are not there. Yes, this definitely happens. (And so do lots of other problems.) Have a look at the topic I referenced jus...
by PatrickSocal
16 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Sample Codes or DLL to do HTTP Post/Get
Replies: 12
Views: 2111

Re: Sample Codes or DLL to do HTTP Post/Get

I see... it sounds like you've thought through some of these things too. I just started a topic on system health monitoring, where I list the ways an ATS can fail and try to come up with a framework to detect and alert them all. If you're interested, have a look: https://www.multicharts.com/discussi...
by PatrickSocal
16 Oct 2014
Forum: User Contributed Studies and Indicator Library
Topic: detect and alert
Replies: 0
Views: 879

detect and alert

Hi faraz, This looks like a clever solution to create an alert when MultiCharts stops responding. While autotrading, I've experienced this type of failure, and several others as well. So I decided to start a new topic to consider all the ways an ATS can fail, with the goal of designing a framework t...
by PatrickSocal
16 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: real-time failure alerts
Replies: 7
Views: 655

real-time failure alerts

For those interested in receiving real-time failure alerts when problems occur with autotrading, I just created this topic:
viewtopic.php?f=1&t=47391
Please have a look and contribute if you can :)
by PatrickSocal
16 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading
Replies: 19
Views: 9205

Re: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading

I'm wondering what the additional benefit is of something like ServerDensity given the disadvantages of additional complexity (i.e., maintenance, development time, the temporary failure/unavailability of the ServerDensity service) and direct costs of ServerDensity. Azure, for example, already offer...
by PatrickSocal
16 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading
Replies: 19
Views: 9205

Re: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading

BTW, Here are some prior posts that are relevant to this topic: https://www.multicharts.com/discussion/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=9890 https://www.multicharts.com/discussion/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=11715 https://www.multicharts.com/discussion/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=46551 https://www.multicharts.com/discussion/vie...
by PatrickSocal
16 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading
Replies: 19
Views: 9205

Failure Alerts During Real-Time Automated Trading

I believe MultiCharts needs a robust health monitoring system to detect and report problems during automated trading. There are many ways for an ATS platform to fail, and there are many people who rightly demand that an ATS be monitored around the clock. (For example: institutional customers, risk d...
by PatrickSocal
15 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Incorrect Backtests on Instruments with Negative Prices
Replies: 10
Views: 2367

Re: Incorrect Backtests on Instruments with Negative Prices

Hi Henry, I just re-read your question: The question is how to get the money equivalent of the price of 1 traded contract when the price is negative. Currently for a positive chart price - the chart price is multiplied by the instrument’s big point value to get 1 contact price in the currency of the...
by PatrickSocal
15 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Rithmic - sitting orders use up margin while trading with MC
Replies: 18
Views: 1961

Re: Rithmic - sitting orders use up margin while trading wit

Hi Henry,

Is there any update on this problem?

And on a related note, are you aware of how CQG treats OCO exit orders originating from MultiCharts? Would leaving Rithmic and switching to CQG solve this problem?

Thanks...
by PatrickSocal
15 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Sample Codes or DLL to do HTTP Post/Get
Replies: 12
Views: 2111

Re: Sample Codes or DLL to do HTTP Post/Get

Hmm... sounds like there was something tricky that didn't work. Do you remember if you were using blocking or non-blocking sockets in your HTTP calls? My first thought is that you want the non-blocking ones. Also... do you remember what external .exe you used to make it work? My interest comes from ...
by PatrickSocal
14 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Sample Codes or DLL to do HTTP Post/Get
Replies: 12
Views: 2111

Re: Sample Codes or DLL to do HTTP Post/Get

Hi Meo and Andrew,

Did you ever get this working? I'd be interested in using it, or helping debug it if necessary.
by PatrickSocal
03 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: MULTICHARTS 9.0 RELEASE CANDIDATE
Replies: 54
Views: 9412

Re: MULTICHARTS 9.0 RELEASE CANDIDATE

Hi Henry, Since several people are interested in this, and since many of them want the "List of Trades" too, may I suggest a workaround? Perhaps you can add an option to export *only* the "List of Trades" as a CSV file. MultiCharts already exports to CSV in other places (like orders, logs, etc) and...
by PatrickSocal
01 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: MULTICHARTS 9.0 RELEASE CANDIDATE
Replies: 54
Views: 9412

Re: MULTICHARTS 9.0 RELEASE CANDIDATE

Another feature that several people are asking for is described in these PM issues: https://www.multicharts.com/pm/viewissue.php?issue_no=MC-1698 https://www.multicharts.com/pm/viewissue.php?issue_no=MC-1345 https://www.multicharts.com/pm/viewissue.php?issue_no=MC-679 To summarize, in the following ...
by PatrickSocal
01 Oct 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: MULTICHARTS 9.0 RELEASE CANDIDATE
Replies: 54
Views: 9412

Re: MULTICHARTS 9.0 RELEASE CANDIDATE

Thank you for all your feedback. We have decided to implement a check-mark selection of material to be included in the exported report in MultiCharts 9.1 . Hi Henry, Since several people are interested in this, and since many of them want the "List of Trades" too, may I suggest a workaround? Perhap...
by PatrickSocal
12 Sep 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: MULTICHARTS 9.0 RELEASE CANDIDATE
Replies: 54
Views: 9412

Re: MULTICHARTS 9.0 RELEASE CANDIDATE

Now that the Portfolio Trader is more powerful, I'm often producing backtests with lots of trades. I wish to save these backtests to Excel so I can do further analysis on them. However, there is an issue with saving backtests to Excel: https://www.multicharts.com/pm/viewissue.php?issue_no=MC-1734 I...
by PatrickSocal
11 Sep 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: MULTICHARTS 9.0 RELEASE CANDIDATE
Replies: 54
Views: 9412

Re: MULTICHARTS 9.0 RELEASE CANDIDATE

Now that the Portfolio Trader is more powerful, I'm often producing backtests with lots of trades. I wish to save these backtests to Excel so I can do further analysis on them. However, there is an issue with saving backtests to Excel: https://www.multicharts.com/pm/viewissue.php?issue_no=MC-1734 Is...
by PatrickSocal
09 Jul 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Rithmic - sitting orders use up margin while trading with MC
Replies: 18
Views: 1961

Re: Rithmic - sitting orders use up margin while trading wit

I'm familiar with this problem. Off the top of my head (without doing a detailed study) here's the issue: Rithmic's risk-management system imposes risk limits per contract based on the dollars in your account. For example, your FCM might approve you to trade up to 100 contracts of ES, and configure ...
by PatrickSocal
03 Jul 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: MULTICHARTS 9.0 BETA 1
Replies: 80
Views: 12176

Re: MULTICHARTS 9.0 BETA 1

The other case is also interesting... Just because there is no use for a pmm* function in a chart, this doesn't mean the chart should throw an error. The chart should simply ignore it. Again, this enables a workflow in which the developer toggles back and forth between a Chart and the Portfolio Tra...
by PatrickSocal
02 Jul 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: MULTICHARTS 9.0 BETA 1
Replies: 80
Views: 12176

Re: MULTICHARTS 9.0 BETA 1

1) When I write a single-instrument strategy (not a MM strategy) and call the pmm_set_my_named_num() function, it works fine in the Portfolio Trader. But when I try to apply the strategy to a chart it throws an error. Standard workflow for portfolio strats is to develop them on a a single symbol in...
by PatrickSocal
01 Jul 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: MULTICHARTS 9.0 BETA 1
Replies: 80
Views: 12176

Re: MULTICHARTS 9.0 BETA 1

Hi guys, Thanks for this update. A lot of great new functionality is in this Beta. I've spent quite a bit of time with the Portfolio Trader and the new i_setplotvalue() functions, and I have the following bug reports and suggestions: 1) When I write a single-instrument strategy (not a MM strategy) a...
by PatrickSocal
12 Jun 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Memory leak
Replies: 111
Views: 16228

Re: Memory leak

This problem with memory usage seems to continue to persist in new releases. I'm using the new 9.0 Beta 1, and MC just completely took over my machine and made it unusable for about an hour. Here are screenshots: http://www.multicharts.com/discussion/download/file.php?id=7810 My machine is a Lenovo ...
by PatrickSocal
06 Feb 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Message: Your PC is running out of memory few questions: [SOLVED]
Replies: 28
Views: 8606

Re: Message: Your PC is running out of memory few questions: [SOLVED]

Hi Martin, Thanks for the reply... We will try the suggestions, but the problem is with the TradingServer.exe process, not the charting process (MultiChartsXX.exe) so I'm not sure if it will help. We are not using the 32 bit version, we are using MultiCharts64.exe, so the problem isn't with the old ...
by PatrickSocal
06 Feb 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Message: Your PC is running out of memory few questions: [SOLVED]
Replies: 28
Views: 8606

Re: Message: Your PC is running out of memory few questions: [SOLVED]

Hi everyone, We too are having memory problems with TradingServer.exe: http://www.multicharts.com/discussion/download/file.php?id=7425 The above screenshot was taken immediately before MultiCharts stopped responding, and we had to force-close it. It consumed all the physical memory on our server, pl...
by PatrickSocal
31 Jan 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Incorrect Backtests on Instruments with Negative Prices
Replies: 10
Views: 2367

Re: Incorrect Backtests on Instruments with Negative Prices

Hi Henry, Thanks very much for your attention... I'm happy to help if I can. I have backtested strategies on instruments with negative price using my own framework. When I have done so, I have looked at things in terms of "cash impact" of each transaction. When I buy a contract with positive price, ...
by PatrickSocal
30 Jan 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Incorrect Backtests on Instruments with Negative Prices
Replies: 10
Views: 2367

Re: Incorrect Backtests on Instruments with Negative Prices

If you have an idea how to convert negative price on a chart into money value-please feel free to share it with us and it will be discussed with our management. Hi Henry, To answer your post... On our broker feed (Rithmic), they list calendar spreads which are quoted and traded as a single symbol. ...
by PatrickSocal
15 Jan 2014
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: "Are you sure" window for Closing MC
Replies: 15
Views: 2839

Re: "Are you sure" window for Closing MC

Yes, I agree... +1 for me too. I just voted on the PM site.

Agreed, this feature is standard on many applications... and it should be very straightforward for MC to implement. Looks like a slam dunk to me.
by PatrickSocal
19 Jun 2013
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Suggestions, annoyances, small bugs
Replies: 119
Views: 37257

Re: Suggestions, annoyances, small bugs

Many of us choose to use a third party market data provider. For example, some people buy data from IQ Feed and trade with Interactive Brokers. This requires us to map symbols in MC, so that the chart knows where to get data and where to send orders. Unfortunately, MultiCharts requires us to map the...
by PatrickSocal
17 Jun 2013
Forum: MultiCharts .NET
Topic: Must close MultiCharts to recompile referenced assembly
Replies: 1
Views: 1484

Must close MultiCharts to recompile referenced assembly

Hi, I've written some of my strategy logic in an external assembly... let's call it MyLib.dll. I compile this assembly from its own solution, and reference it in the MC.NET solution. Everything works as it should. However, when I wish to make a change to MyLib.dll, and I attempt to recompile it, I g...
by PatrickSocal
13 Jun 2013
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Suggestions, annoyances, small bugs
Replies: 119
Views: 37257

Re: Suggestions, annoyances, small bugs

To the folks at MultiCharts: Thank you! I just received the following message from the MC Bug Tracker: This email is an update for issue MC-211 - Allow plotting in signals, which has been updated by Andrew MultiCharts. This issue is targeted for MultiCharts 9.0 Beta 1. This is very good news! In the...
by PatrickSocal
07 Jun 2013
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Suggestions, annoyances, small bugs
Replies: 119
Views: 37257

Re: Suggestions, annoyances, small bugs

Here is a limitation that has been driving me crazy. I like to develop automated strategies that reference multiple indicators. In other platforms, I can plot directly from the strategy. But in MultiCharts (and MC.NET) I have to create indicators that plot (and only to a single subchart) and a stra...
by PatrickSocal
07 Jun 2013
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Suggestions, annoyances, small bugs
Replies: 119
Views: 37257

Re: Suggestions, annoyances, small bugs

That is the correct behavior for Screen scaling: The range of the Screen scale is equal to the range of the plot segment that is actually visible in the Chart Window. Scrolling the chart along the time axis, so that another plot segment, with a different range, becomes visible, will cause the range...
by PatrickSocal
05 Jun 2013
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Suggestions, annoyances, small bugs
Replies: 119
Views: 37257

Re: Suggestions, annoyances, small bugs

Here is a limitation that has been driving me crazy. I like to develop automated strategies that reference multiple indicators. In other platforms, I can plot directly from the strategy. But in MultiCharts (and MC.NET) I have to create indicators that plot (and only to a single subchart) and a strat...
by PatrickSocal
05 Jun 2013
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Suggestions, annoyances, small bugs
Replies: 119
Views: 37257

Re: Suggestions, annoyances, small bugs

I have found what I believe to be a bug in the way MC scales its charts. In the following screenshot, it appears that the two indicators are quite different: http://www.multicharts.com/discussion/download/file.php?id=6448 But if you scroll forward just a bit (and change nothing else), you find that ...

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