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IG has a browser based chart but it does not have "Range Bars" or "Renko bars" facilities.

Because I have an IMAC I cannot use other chart packages without workarounds/software which I do NOT want.

I suggest ( for IMAC desk top users) that IG consider a package that can be browser based and therefore used on Desk top Macs. ( With "RANGE BAR" and "RENKO BAR" price indicators.)

A package similar to the below would be nice:

https://spotware.com/ctrader/trading/ctrader-web-trading-platform

 

Range Bars in action: https://www.forexfactory.com/showthread.php?t=583609&page=183

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Thanks for this - I'll make sure I include it in the Oct feedback report which we pass directly to our dev team and project managers. 

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On 08/10/2018 at 10:08, JamesIG said:

Thanks for this - I'll make sure I include it in the Oct feedback report which we pass directly to our dev team and project managers. 

Any feed back or update thus far please ?

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