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[SIZE="<font><font class="">4</font></font>"][SIZE="<font><font>5</font></font>"][SIZE="<font><font class="">4</font></font>"]With it wanted to handle Sierra the problem, I think. But this is no practicable solution. I find the programme not badly for a Retailer programme. Only the demands have strongly changed the last 10 years.
The GUI has also become outdated. The same problem also have TS. . .
NT8 has a modern GUI. I work for 3 years with Sierra. Am degree in test with NT8 and am impressed what with Ninja compared with the 7th version has acted!
I also would like to see the GUI change to a modern type platform. I think this could bring more traders to it.
However, in the last few years I have worked with SC closely and got to know their efforts towards stability, functionality and supporting the ongoing effort towards a standard that traders should accustomed to while risking their capital.
This effort from Sierra has brought about traders who can rely on their platform for stability, and having good integrations with datafeeds.
Although design could be more up to date, from an interface design stand point, it has all the core functionalities easily found via its input controls and navigational components. Things such as Volume Profiles are displayed in a manner that trades can easily follow.
Lastly, please consider that many have switched to SC from much better design due to core strengths. From what I see new designs do not make traders rush and change versions either.
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Thanks for the contribution
The GUI is not decisive there. Disconcerting I did not find that SC on the new calculators generation (64 bits) is ported. But after detailed tests with NT8 one must admit that Sierrachart has the nose in many things in front. NT8 cannot keep up there. In spite of 64 bits. . . Hence, Sierra will remain my commercial programme. Besides, the thin brokers list, the disqualified NT8 anyway. To egocentrically this model.
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