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Tick volume on PRT?

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Some securities such as gold and silver say 'no volume is available' in PRT, but the tick volume is available on the HTML5 platform.

Volume/tick volume is important to me, is there any way to see this in PRT? 

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  No volume indicator = no use to me!  :D

 

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47 minutes ago, dmedin said:

No volume indicator = no use to me!  :D

There must be custom volume indicators in the code library?

See this vid

 

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From what I gather having done a bit of looking into it, it's because IG don't provide a feed for tick volume into PRT.  Other people have asked about this years ago but they don't appear to be bothered about it.  I notice that they never ascribe importance to volume anyway.  This is a real bummer.

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