MultiCharts 5.5 Beta 1 is released!

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MultiCharts 5.5 Beta 1 is released!

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Postby TJ » 03 Jul 2009

WOW ! New Features !!!

I guess I won't be going anywhere this long weekend.

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Postby arnie » 03 Jul 2009

COOL!

I'll be playing with it this weekend.

:D

Hey TJ, a long weekend?

Damn you :P

Well, Saturday and Sunday morning I'll be at the beach since we are in Summer time here in Portugal so... :wink:

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Postby TJ » 03 Jul 2009

I like the Data Window !

Awesome guys !

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Postby Emmanuel » 03 Jul 2009

Hi,

Congratulation to TSSupport team !!!! :D :!: :!:

This is awesome !!! :D :D :D :D

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Postby SUPER » 04 Jul 2009

Well done TS team,

Impressed with new features.

Imagine if Multichart continues to produce improvment and new features at this rate, what it would look like in years time from now.... 8)

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Postby TJ » 05 Jul 2009

WOW... this multi-screen multi-workspace is out of this world...

I might have to rework a few charts to take advantage of this new feature.

You guys never fail to amaze me...

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Postby brodnicki steven » 06 Jul 2009

I like the Data Window !

Awesome guys !


** I love the new data window too ! (the 1st change that I noticed)
(Now If I can just twist their arms to get us a messagelog too - like ts2ki)
Great job MC team !

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Postby Andrew Kirillov » 06 Jul 2009

Thanks guys! Let us fix some minor issues (I know they are very major from user point of view) and we will release Beta 2. Just keep in mind that Beta 1 has been created hurriedly so we need more time to iron out small issues.

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Postby TJ » 06 Jul 2009

I like the Data Window !

Awesome guys !



it would be nice if the Data Window continuously display the current bar's real time data when the cursor is not on the chart.

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Postby brendanh » 07 Jul 2009

Love the trade info and lines connecting trades. MC gives a much better feel to how a system is performing when scrolling through charts now.

Losing trades are blue connecting lines by default though, would be better to make them red to distinguish. Also, pls can you expand the Inputs list box in the next beta?

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Postby Andrew Kirillov » 07 Jul 2009

Love the trade info and lines connecting trades. MC gives a much better feel to how a system is performing when scrolling through charts now.

Losing trades are blue connecting lines by default though, would be better to make them red to distinguish. Also, pls can you expand the Inputs list box in the next beta?


It is strange, because the connecting lines are green(win) and red(lose) by default. Ar you sure you haven’t changed them?
We will improve the input dialog soon.

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Postby Andrew Kirillov » 07 Jul 2009

I like the Data Window !

Awesome guys !



it would be nice if the Data Window continuously display the current bar's real time data when the cursor is not on the chart.



I'm afraid it will generate confusion because
1. You don't know what chart updates your data window.
2. What if you are looking at the past values and moved mouse outside charts?
I think market scanner is a solution for this task.

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Postby TJ » 07 Jul 2009

I like the Data Window !

Awesome guys !



it would be nice if the Data Window continuously display the current bar's real time data when the cursor is not on the chart.



I'm afraid it will generate confusion because
1. You don't know what chart updates your data window.
2. What if you are looking at the past values and moved mouse outside charts?
I think market scanner is a solution for this task.


yes, you are correct... thanks for the explanation.

;-)

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Postby TJ » 11 Jul 2009

if we can get an optional Output Log

to locate at where the Data Window is... that would be fantastic !


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Postby brodnicki steven » 11 Jul 2009

A (user programmable) Messagelog like TS2ki has would be great too.

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Postby arnie » 12 Jul 2009

And if we could plot an indicator directly into the data window?

Yes, something similar to the output window, with specific output reserved words for it.

Imagine that we want to know the difference between the high and the open for the day, or other type of indicator?

We could write our formula and say something like PlotinDataWindow and the indicator result would be plotted in there when we plotted that same indicator on a chart.

This way, we could have our charts a bit more "clean" when dealing with simple indicators/studies.

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