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PRT does not support order entry via keyboard like preconfigured hot buttons which can be configured to buy/sell scale in /scale out, double, reverse position, cancel all orders, liquidate. Asking so much but it's present in lots of platforms trading Futures via CME for Spread betting IG will be the first one and can attract Future Traders to use IG platform

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Hi 

 

Thanks for sharing your idea! There are plans to introduce trading functions on the ProRealTime platform using keyboard shortcuts. This will be when we launch version 10.3. I would not be able to be specific as to when that will be but I expect this to be in the coming months. 

 

I hope that helps and please do keep your ideas coming! 

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