I think my request is related to this one. My testing has shown that the database engine has some problems. I don't think the performance is limited to the MS SQL CE, but due to the design and proper Indexes. I don't know if a DBA has looked at the structure, but for example, simply deleting all the data from a Replay should be almost instant if the data has proper indexes, but this can take hours on long runs.
Please look at the DB structure and/or allow an ODBC connection to MS SQL and MySQL so users can decide to upgrade if they choose or need to.
Also, time accuracy should be better than 1 second as this causes many problems with non-time based charts and strategies.
(1) Ability to add a Trailing Stop to an Open Position. (without ATM strategy)
(2) Display Price on a Horizontal Line without having to use "constant line indicator"
(3) Display 10 levels of depth on the Dom instead of 5.
(4) Put a Volume Profile on the DOM.
Sorry if these were already mentioned.
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Ability to create "Groups" so we can assign Indicators and/or Templates as we chose into groups.
As is I have an inordinate list of both to scroll through, that often makes no sense even to me !
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May fall along the lines of previously mentioned, if possible allow the user to arrange/group the indicators,
e.g. you can make group/folder for oscillators,moving averages,supp/res,etc. something besides them being arranged automatically by what the name is, having to scroll through whole list hunting.
I believe Ray confirmed this already on the last futures.io (formerly BMT) webinar, this is a done deal for NT8.
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