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Hi there

Would it be possible as a future feature add on for the web charts to be able to show trade history on the actual charts of where positions have been opened and closed? (Similar to the feature that is available on pro realtime)

 

Also, a “delete all” feature for deleting drawings on the chart would be useful as well rather than having to individually click and delete each drawing separately.

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thanks for your feedback - I'll make sure to pass it on. 

In regards to the 'delete all drawings' option, you can actually do this on website charts by clicking the 'Options' button and then looking down the list to the very bottom > 'delete all'. 

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Great, thanks James.

 

Thanks for the heads up re the delete all option, I completely missed that...perfect

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Have you developed this feature yet? 

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