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mt 4 history centre data


robybarletta

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Hi there, this morning i noticed that there was a price anomoly on my eth/usd mt4 chart....i messed around with history centre deleting line entry on each time frame...messed things up...so deleted all data for each time frame...then downloaded data again...problem is my data only goes up to middle of june 2019...how do i get data from that period to date on all time frames..thanks

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Hi, @CharlotteIG, can you pass this on to tech, fix needed as there is a false spike (yesterday) on the ETHUSD live chart that now over shadows all the other time frames making the chart unreadable. 

@robybarletta, will it not delete and reload if in tools uncheck save deleted charts, then delete the chart and in Market watch right click to Hide ethusd then right click in market watch and select symbols to reselect to reshow ethusd?

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1 hour ago, Caseynotes said:

Hi, @CharlotteIG, can you pass this on to tech, fix needed as there is a false spike (yesterday) on the ETHUSD live chart that now over shadows all the other time frames making the chart unreadable. 

@robybarletta, will it not delete and reload if in tools uncheck save deleted charts, then delete the chart and in Market watch right click to Hide ethusd then right click in market watch and select symbols to reselect to reshow ethusd?

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I will pass this onto the tech team. Thanks @Caseynotes

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