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PRT automatic Buy and Sell markers when ordering

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I have a lot of experience of Ninjatrader and MT4 and both have the functionality that a marker is placed on the chart at the time and price an order is entered and closed (for whatever reason).

 

I've just started using PRT and despite searching around I can't see this functionality. I do see the buy/sell marker objects that can be manually placed but this is not what I'm after.

 

I am a newby on PRT so if I've missed an obvious configuration setting, apologies in advance.

 

 

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