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Guest Replicate the old platform

Yep charts not loading on old platform. This is why Flash sucks. I wish they would just recreate the old platform in HTML5 and not use the current "new" platform.

They should make a "second" legacy new platform, one that looks like the old platform but in HTML5. It wouldn't be hard to offer this. Make everything look like the old platform. Colours, font and all. Give us two versions of a new platform. I hate the font and colours on the new one.


- Also regarding the current new platform. The charts are ok but the buy/sell buttons on the top right hand of the chart get in the way in a fast moving upwards market. 

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