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Open Feature request MC-1293

Track order on chart

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Description

There's a feature that I find the necessity to have every single day.
When doing and analyzing my trade stats I go to a chart to see what prices done during the trade and I end up scrolling the chart back and forth till I find the correct trade.
The idea then is to have an option on the Order and Position Tracker where we could select the trade we want to see on a chart, right click on it, choose the Show Order on Chart and a chart would open precisely on that trade, or, better yet, color link a chart to the OPT and every time we choose to see the order on the chart that chart would move into the selected order. It would be something similar to the Track Time and Price tool which align all charts on the same time and price selected.

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Issue basics
  • Type of issue
    Feature request
  • Category
    Usability
  • Targeted for
    MultiCharts 9.0 (RELEASED)
  • Status
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    user-offline.png  arnie (arnie)
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