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IG Mobile App - "Remember Stops & Limits"

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Hi there

I use the iPad app as my primary trading platform and have the "Remember Stops & Limits" option on.  However, this seems to only work when you are not in full-screen mode and have the large deal ticket/alert/setting tabs available etc to the right of the screen.  When I switch the chart to full-screen mode (so that you now just have the smaller Buy/Sell boxes in the top righthand corner) when I press either one the smaller deal ticket ONLY remembers the deal size and you need to fill in the stop and limit distances EVERY TIME.  This gets quite frustrating and I am not sure whether it is a bug in the app or this is intentional.  If it's intentional, I am not really sure how this makes sense - to have it apply to one of the deal tabs and not the other.  Any chance we can get this sorted so that"Rember Stops and Limits" applies across the entire platform?

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