[sarcastic]Come on MX! Don't you know by now you have to buy a new computer each time you install a new version of NinjaTrader! [/sarcastic]
Hope you get it resolved...
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All jokes aside, the safest way i found to install ninja is to back up everything, uninstall, reinstall, and import backup.
If that doesn't work, move the ninja folder in my documents and try again.
Im glad i no longer have to deal with this anymore. Ill consider moving back when they offer bid/ask backfill.
My internet dropped twice on me this week, very unusual. Very glad i had market delta before it happened. No more frustration from missing data, and best of all, I get to shut down my computer at night...lol
I think this is the dull but necessary part of switching to a new version. I have begun to track the source of my indicators since two months ago. Now i keep every link or source in a text file with comments and also when i find a comment or workaround i keep it on file. It takes time, it is not just install and forget. This is the samething with any sotfware whether it be MarketyDelta, I/RT or whatever software. That's one reason i decided to start a thread to this effect: Miscellaneous questions about NT7
Release 220.127.116.110.2 is available check the release notes here.
About 40 bugs fixed. IB users can now use TWS 911 (I know, the last stable TWS is 913.6 ...) and Kinetick users must update to this version.
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