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Opening references in the "Positions" window

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I open multiple positions of the same instrument with different stops and limits. These are recorded in my log with their opening position references.  When one position is closed out, I need to adjust the stops and limits of the other open positions. In the old platform, I simply go to "Open Positions" and click on the instrument, where it displays the opening reference and then I can edit the position. With the new platform I go to the "Positions" tab. There I cannot distinguish between different trades of the same instrument, because there is no opening reference anywhere I can find. If I click on one of the positions it only brings up it's chart.

 

Can the "positions" tab display the opening reference beside each one listed and then I can modify the stops and limits directly there.

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