Bug after change Description in Symbol Dictionary  [SOLVED]

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Bug after change Description in Symbol Dictionary

Postby wzero » 13 Sep 2016

I found if I changed any Description in Symbol Dictionary all Custom Futures Description listed in QuoteManager will be displayed as same as this new one. If I double click to open one Custom Futures to see the detail, the Description is still correct.
I think this is a bug or database corruption.
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Re: Bug after change Description in Symbol Dictionary

Postby wzero » 13 Sep 2016

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Re: Bug after change Description in Symbol Dictionary

Postby Alex MultiCharts » 14 Sep 2016

Hello wzero,

We are trying to reproduce the issue on our end and will let you know once we have any updates.

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Re: Bug after change Description in Symbol Dictionary  [SOLVED]

Postby Alex MultiCharts » 16 Sep 2016

Hello wzero,

The issue that you reported was investigated and resolved.
To apply the fix, please download the Updater following this link for MultiCharts .NET 64-bit: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5jd5MczYZOTR3dRc1FzaTdIRlU/view?usp=sharing
Open the .zip file and save the files from it to your hard disk.

Then, install the Updater (to read how to install the updater, please follow this link: http://www.multicharts.com/trading-software/index.php/How_to_Install_an_Updater ).

The fix will be included into the next MultiCharts version.
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