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The basic IG charts are good..  However, it is using adobe flash.  When i opened out a few charts, my laptop slowed to a crawl .. 

wonder if there are any plans to migrate to a better platform that is lighter on the resources?

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Hey ,

 

We are indeed looking to move away from flash based charts for our web based platform. I've no confirmed dates yet, so please watch this space for more developments!

 

Dan

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