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Pro Realtime programming forum?



Hi, is there a forum for programming help with Pro RealTime? 


I wish to set up a Pro Screener which triggers when the CCI over the past 50 days has crossed under once followed by cross over twice consecutively. But my feeble brain cannot do this alone. 



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Hi ,


ProRealTime also have a community where like minded traders ranging from new starters to advanced automated traders can share ideas on strategies and indicators. Below is a link that will show you more.




I hope you are able to find some support but if not do let me know and I will be glad to do what I can to help.





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Hi Tim, thanks for your advice, I will check it out. 


I notice some unexpected behaviour in my ProRealTime Screener, i.e. its flagging forex pairs which it thinks meet my conditions but actually does not. Does anyone from IG have an interest in this? I'm sure it's not a bug, but I really can't see where I have s[ecd the logic for it to behave that way...


thanks again


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