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How to Identify Annoying Sound Alerts?

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How to Identify Annoying Sound Alerts in NT7? Having several Workspaces open using the same template including a bunch of indicators, keep hearing this annoying door bell sound alert. I have checked all the indicators for any sound alert settings, but no luck. I know the process of elimination will work, but this annoying sound alert disappears for a while then comes back, no telling when will it come back, driving me crazy. If I know the .wav file name, I will delete it.


I get that obnoxious loud alert as soon as I open up Ninjatrader, and I don't even have a workspace or chart open. Sometimes I get a bunch of them right on startup. I have no idea what it's trying to tell me, because nothing is open!

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I get that obnoxious loud alert as soon as I open up Ninjatrader, and I don't even have a workspace or chart open. Sometimes I get a bunch of them right on startup. I have no idea what it's trying to tell me, because nothing is open!

Check for log and trace files in those folders under your NinjaTrader main folder.

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