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Backup in Multicharts?

Anyone know how to backup data in Multicharts or even where the data / indicators are stored?

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For Indicators , simply export those indicators, functions and signal files from PowerLanguage Editor.

For Databases , if ur a window7 / vista user. Go to folder options > Tick Show hidden files and folders ( on )

C :\ Program Data \ TS Support \ Multicharts


Same can be found in win XP in documents and settings >> application data.

Just copy that folder , save it on another drive. Replace it on other machine or fresh MC installation.


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I run this batch script on a scheduled basis daily.

 
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cd "C:\ProgramData\TS Support"

xcopy "C:\Users\Mike\Documents\MultiCharts\backup\ProgramData" /////
Then it automatically gets backed up to my cloud server, and to my USB drive.

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