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I tried with the last versions but this seems not to work at all.
Did you experience the same? It worked well in NT7
"Modifying Order Size
To modify the size of an order:
Left mouse click on the area of the order label that displays the order quantity. An order size modification control will appear. Modify the quantity in the quantity field by using either the up/down arrows, the mouse scroll wheel, or by typing the desired quantity. When done, click the check mark to accept the modification, or press the X to cancel the modification."
Is NT8 going to support multi-exchange symbol mapping for Equities? So IB clients can receive level 2 data from multi exchanges.
At present you can only receive level 2 data from one exchange/ECN at a time, eg NASDAQ, however, to receive any meaning full information you would need L2 data from NASDAQ + ISLAND + ACRA etc
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