Don't know if it has been asked before and maybe it is too late, but I really would like it if a disabled strategy would not get removed when changing dates in market replay.
I don't know how many times I setup different parameters for numerous strats and then realize the date is not correct. So, I get done setting the parameters, change the date, and poof gone, all of them. I usually realize my screw up the second I click, but despite my childish fit there is no going back.
Driving me crazy that I can't test strategies on more than Replay101. I like to let strategy run at same time I take trades manually using various ATM strategies to see how they perform against each other. So far I can only do this using simulated trading with live market data.
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Some tweaks to the visual interface would be good. I'm sure these will be included..Also to make the process more memory and CPU efficient. again I'm sure this will be inlcuded (hopefully)..and to keep the tools extensible and somewhats backwards-compatible..
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The ability to run scripts like MT4, where we can program anything to our hearts content. Program a shortcut key and it will execute once selected or pressed. I shouldn't be that hard to implement. They could modify the structure of the strategy's base code and have them run only once instead on every OnBarUpdate like a regular strategy does. Back when I used MT4, I used scripts everyday to alleviate and automate a lot of misc. and trade management tasks.
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