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the ability to hide orders & positions from the chart


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Guest pipjunkie

I think a hide button would be great as for those of us with several screens compacted onto one can find the screen to crowded for analysis with orders on and open positions.

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Guest TimP

Hi 

 

You will be pleased to know that this feature is indeed available on the IG platform already. All you need to do is select the 'Deals' tab from the top of the charts and then select 'Show open positions' or 'Show working orders' and this will remove these from view on the charts. If they have a blue border then it means they are switched on.

 



 

I hope that helps!

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Hi ,

 

It's currently possible to hide open positions and orders from the ProRealTime charts. In Options > Trading options > Statistics and Order display, please select the following option:

 



When you then hide the trading interface on the chart, your positions and orders will be removed from displaying on the charts.

 

Hope that helps!


Dan

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