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NT Market Replay: Not Remembering Historical Contract Dates: Is there a Continuous

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chicane
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Aloha,

In NT Market Replay: when not remembering Historical Contract Dates: Is there a Continuous replay option?

For example - I may choose a date from 2 years ago - but cannot remember the contract name etc ..is there a way for ninja to automatically change the instrument drop down option on the chart to match the data that is being played on historical replay?

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S.

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NT7 or 8?
For NT7 you can look for exact contract what has been traded on that period this way:
Open Instrument manager, search for the instrument, for example CL, double click it and you will open new window with Misc tab.
On the Misc tab you have to scroll to the bottom and you will have Contract months, and it says "124 contrast months defined", just click on that and see what contract was traded on date you want to replay.
Also, when you right click on Replay control window you have option Available data, and there will be contract month displayed.

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NT7 or 8?
For NT7 you can look for exact contract what has been traded on that period this way:
Open Instrument manager, search for the instrument, for example CL, double click it and you will open new window with Misc tab.
On the Misc tab you have to scroll to the bottom and you will have Contract months, and it says "124 contrast months defined", just click on that and see what contract was traded on date you want to replay.
Also, when you right click on Replay control window you have option Available data, and there will be contract month displayed.

Thanks for the detailed response S Trader - mucho appreciated!

S.

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