Ran across this today almost by accident when doing some Google search.
Basically it is an advanced DOM add-on for NinjaTrader. Anyone use it or have experience with it or the company?
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The error reported by lolu is a known issue, caused when changing exchanges in NT instruments manager.
This and another issue which happens with some instruments are already fixed.
We are finishing testing and will be uploading a fixed version in the next few days.
Thanks you for using DOMSphere and don't hesitate to contact our support if you experience problems.
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Just got it installed on a ninja demo account and I notice that it does center itself, like a dynamic DOM, but it does so very very slowly, in small increments. Looks like they may have found a clever way to provide a useable DOM without violating the TT patent.
Bingo! Screw TT. I don't use a DOM, but I will buy this product, just to support that company, and stick it to TT and their patent It's about time someone ended the TT reign of terror with their static DOM patent.