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Hello,
I have a simple question: which files do I have to copy from one Ninja trader installation to another computer to have the same charts?

Best Regards,

Thomas

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Hello,
I have a simple question: which files do I have to copy from one Ninja trader installation to another computer to have the same charts?

Best Regards,

Thomas

Better to use the built-in Backup/Restore feature off the File menu.

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As you know, Ninja saves all files to your Documents folder. The easiest way I have found, then, to use NT across multiple computers is to move the Documents folder to a cloud drive (i.e. Dropbox, Google Drive, etc). This way, I can access the NT settings and historical data from any computer that uses the same cloud drive as their default Documents folder.

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