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Open Feature request MC-1893

Retain chart drawings after rollover

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When I rollover contract I loose all my support and resistance lines channels etc, is there a way of retaining this information on new contracts charts?

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Draw lines channels etc on current contract then change contract to next and you loose all your studies.

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user-offline.png  Black Wood (Id2)
Jul 24, 2015 - 06:40

I have up to 15 Key
support and resistance lines plus trend channels on each of the instruments I
trade, surely there is a way of transferring these to the new contracts at
rollover, this is automatic with Ninja??

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