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Hi guys,


I am running the following configuration.


1 x 29" ultrawide with 2x 24" wide screens directly below.


I want to have multiple of the same charts open so that i can see different time periods. On the new IG platform for spreadbetting i can only see the option to have multiple charts in 1 window opposed to splitting this across monitors like the old CFD version. 

Not only does this make the charts really hard to read but means that with several indicators running there is just way to much going on to even try start technically analyzing the data.


Can anyone advise how i can have multiple windows of the same chart open so i can see them accurately?



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Hi   There are two ways, one is simply to click on the side frame of tab and drag (elongate) the whole window across the multiple screens as you can on MT4,


create 3 'My workpace' windows then from the drop down box next to my workspace label select 'open in new browser tab' then drag each workspace  to a screen.




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