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Hi All,

 

I am happy to announce a new feature added to the new web trading platform, you will now be able to save settings on drawings by activating the checkbox as displayed in the screenshot. This checkbox allows the subsequent drawings of that type (Horizontal lines in the image below) to have the same settings.

 

The checkbox is selected by default. For the case of Fibonacci drawings, it also saves the selected ratios.

 

save drawings.PNG

 

We have also added more keyboard shortcuts:

 

    • ESC to dismiss dialogs
    • ESC to deselect positions/orders/drawings
    • ENTER to execute the same action as the apply button on a dialog
    • Up/Down/Left/Right ARROWS to move drawings (1 pixel at a time)

Thanks

Anton

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