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Screenshot Automater for NT8

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First thanks for spending time / energy... answering the post. I used the vvScreenshot indicator when I used NT7, but for me it never did anything else than take regular screenshots. There were no automation in the indicator. Which meant a lot of manual labor which is what I want to get rid of.
You can make screenshots automatically in NT8 with ALT + s, but again manual labor.

Anyway, I'll take a look at vvScreenshot again to see if its got automation. Using NT7 for backtesting is just as good as NT8 if you ask me.


There is a tool on FIO that can automate it. No one except admins can reply to this thread, so it's best to create a different post in Elite section to ask this question if you want to find the free answer. Maybe I am remembering the name wrong and it's not vv's tool, but automated timed captures with uploads/saves does exist already.


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