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I found only one thing that needed attention and that is running the Gom Recorder on a chart vs. Market Analyzer. But that is custom indy stuff not NT 7.
I had no choice but to run NT 7 for several days right through this week without rebooting and it was only this morning that I noticed gaps in my Gom data. Since there is 3 fold redundancy, found the one with chart recording was fine & here is the chart.
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The thing that got me about Ninja 7 was their "attempt" at getting what resembled a continuous contract. Of course I had no idea that this was a "feature" with Ninja 7 and that it would only be an issue on contract rollover day.......which is the day I happen to go live with it........
I spent some time with Ryan from Ninja trying to figure out why my charts were all screwed up and he finally figured it out...........I just had to disable the continuous contract feature.
Then..........I figured that I would go back to 6.5 where I would get no more "surprises".......only to find that all the work that I did on Ninja 7 (indicator wise) had affected my Ninja 6.5 !!!!
That was it..........right then and there I decided to dump all the work that I had put into Ninja 7 and the related indicators and restore all the 6.5 stuff.
I liked many of the features that version 7 had but they were not enough to make me want to put up with the "betaness" of it. When they come out with an official release I'll take another look.
I'm grasping at straws, here, but maybe this will help. I had a similar problem (can't remember exactly what) recently and right-clicked on the price margin & brought up 'properties' and changed the TYPE from Logarithmic to Linear & that seemed to solve my problem. See if it helps. Hope it does.
After all, it's what you learn AFTER you know it all, that counts!