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1 hour ago, backwardation said:

How can I upgrade to version 11 of ProRealTime.  Mine seems to be 'stuck' on ver 10.3.

Hi @backwardation,  PRT on IG is IG's own version rewrite, the two previous version upgrades of PRT over the last 7 years have taken nearly a year to be rewritten for IG after being released by PRT, hopefully this time might be quicker.

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Looks like IG will take 1 more year. May be PRT 12 will be available by then. Its frustrating. The reason i started using PRT was because i was expecting version 11 was going to be released soon. Already spent such a long time. Nothing has happened

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They say it might take several more months and blaming PRT for delay. So, they initially said end of 2019. Now end of 2020 may be. OMG by the time we get the PRT new version it will be 2 years old already. Disgusting.

Switching to Interactive broker is best option can't rely on IG. Pro real code forum is full of clients who are about to go.

1 year to release a new version is already surprising, 2 year will lose over half of PRT IG clients

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They won't answer because they have no clue. I think many posts are moderated and not displayed. conversation should be open and fact based not heavily filtered.

They said that V11 would be released by End of 2019, then they said it would be by 1st quarter. I heard they are saying that it would not be released until 2nd quarter ie. July/June

See PRT forum - there are lots of people who are tired of waiting and want to change

https://www.prorealcode.com/topic/ig-prt-v-11/page/2/#post-120198

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I don't think it need to be rewritten as there is no any difference on either IG's or PRT itself platform at all. The way it usually works is they link your account to PRT platform (or any) ,and whenever you open a position it gets trigger on their own server side and also it appears on all other IG's platforms which has been linked with your account. 

I'm guessing the reason would be new platform stability matters. 

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5 hours ago, Holoo said:

I don't think it need to be rewritten as there is no any difference on either IG's or PRT itself platform at all. The way it usually works is they link your account to PRT platform (or any) ,and whenever you open a position it gets trigger on their own server side and also it appears on all other IG's platforms which has been linked with your account. 

I'm guessing the reason would be new platform stability matters. 

See this thread from 2016 discussing the IG rollout of PRT 10.3 and how the IG version had some added features based on suggestions from IG clients. I remember another thread at the time discussing the differences between the IG version and the PRT standard and PRT premium versions and it was thought the IG version was somewhere between the two.

 

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