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IG Charts in Split Screen?



I use IG's semi-paid, monthly-rollover charts, which they choose not to name but should (not Metatrader).   


They claim to offer split-screen charts in multiple timeframes.   Does anyone use this feature?


Does the split-screen feature extend to different forex crosses as well, or just different timeframes of a single cross?   Thanks.



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Hi , thanks for the post.


When you refer to the 'semi-paid' unnamed charts, are you in fact referring to ProRealtime?  This is the third-party advanced charting package we offer in tandem with our platform, although we do disclose the product name..!


We're not entirely sure what you mean by 'split-screen' charts - could you clarify?  There is a linked chart feature whereby amending one will also amend the other, and this can be across different time frames, but is not specifically split-screen.


Looking forward to hearing back from you and helping further!




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