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I'm trying to access a PRT template used last year.

I dropped the service from the IGM settings to take a few months off and fearing I've now lost this. Does PRT save these templates to the PC for users to reference at a later date? 

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Dont know, but you could try contact Prorealtime and ask them

With v10,3 you cant export a template but maybe with the new v11?

But custom indicators and tradingsystem i always export to disk and save a copy so i can import them later if something happens

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