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I use Prorealtime and since last week I have moved to the Australian Office to trade so I am using the Prorealtime  linked to that account.On my Uk version whenever I select to draw a line ,copy an object or delete on object ,the item stays selected until I deselect it or do something else..On this version when you select anything you get to use it 1 time and then it automatically deselects the function .

So basically if 10 items I wanted to delete off my chart I would click the bin and select each item one by one until they are gone .Now however I have t hit the bin then the item then the bin then the item and so on .It is annoyingly slow .Does anyone know if there is a way to make it myo ld way




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