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Open Feature request MC-92

QuoteManager - import from a CSV file no access to correct column

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Description

When importing tick data from Dukascopy, I get a file with the following format:
Date,Time,Ask,Bid,AskVolume,BidVolume
In order to import the Bid and BidVolume data, I would need the ability to access columns in the file which are not displayed in QuoteManager, as QuoteManager limit the number of columns to 5 when importing tick data. Increasing the limit to 6 columns would get round this, knowing that only 4 fields are to be imported at once.

Steps to reproduce this issue

In QuoteManager -> import data -> set Resolution to Tick, Field to Ask and count the number of columns left.

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user-offline.png  Alex MultiCharts (Alex MultiCharts)
Feb 04, 2012 - 07:46

As a workaround you can import trades/asks/bids from 3 seprate files or 3 times from 1 file by selecting corresponding columns.

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