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Old October 9th, 2014, 12:55 PM   #11 (permalink)
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that's not what I am saying. OOEL is a part of EasyLanguage, it's developed and maintained by Tradestation and part of all current versions (except Tradestation 2000i which I wouldn't call current, but is still sold to what I know).

You can still use all the parts of regular Easylanguage, but as some things are simply not possible with it (like changing the font name for example) you can also add the new OOEL parts to your code to give you functionality that couldn't be created before.

To put it really simple (and using a flawed analogy) you had a car with three gears before and now you have two additional gears plus reverse. It's still the same car, you can still drive it fine and without problems in the first three gears, but from time to time you might want to overtake, race or drive backwards and then the additional gears come in handy. Of course being used to driving in three gears it might take some time getting used to them before you are comfortable driving in the additional gears, you might want to do some test drives or even take a paid course (TS offers those for OOEL) to learn how to drive using the new gears.


And as luck would have it I am using 200i. Ist "Namen ist omen?'

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Old October 9th, 2014, 02:25 PM   #12 (permalink)
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You might want to consider switching to Multicharts then. It will feel very familiar to 2000i, but doesn't come with all the issues that you are facing nowadays with 2000i and the bugs that never got fixed.
Besides that you might want to mention the platform you are using explicitly when trying to get help for 2000i as when you say Tradestation most people will assume you are using a current platform. This way you'd might be able to get help quicker.


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And as luck would have it I am using 200i.



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