Since they don't like excessive thanks on the support forum because it wastes time, I want to say to the SC development team:
The thanks is particularly for the fast fixes you provide. Last night at 2am I posted on the SC forum about a bug (though I was not sure it was a bug), and by 11am this morning (on a SUNDAY) they had fixed it and created a new prerelease build. They are exceptional software engineers, as they keep the program relatively bug free, given all the stuff they are constantly upgrading and adding. And when there is a legitimate bug, they fix it fast, in this case, during the middle of Sunday night. Pretty amazing.
I and others have been singing your praises on futures.io (formerly BMT) and you have quite a few new users using SC, and it's very exciting to see.
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I also feel compelled to give another shout-out for an option that is now re-introduced (as of 961 anyway). I use auto-hide, and I hate scrollbars, and I hate menu bars, and I hate title bars, because they take up space that often goes unused. I have been disliking that the menu bar is required to show up even when auto-hide is enabled. Finally, we now have options for all 3: hide title bar, scroll bar, and menu bar. I have set up keyboard shortcuts and mapped them to two of my many mouse buttons to quickly hide/show the title bar and menu bar. Now, when I click a chart, it stays put, no more insertion of unwanted menu bar. If I want to get to the menu, I do a left-wheel and it's there. THANK YOU. Awesome.
Prior to 960 I was using a tool written by @ktrader that auto-hid everything. But in 960 (or so) they broke that. I emailed Anthony about it a couple days ago and he told me they would resolve it, so I am glad to see a new build that allows the hiding functionality to be restored and finally natively supported.
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