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Old 01-19-2012, 09:25 AM   #1
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I am trying to get the trade confirmations off of my chart.

I read somewhere about going to properties and changing an option, but I do not see that option...
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Old 01-19-2012, 09:29 AM   #2
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Hello Boomer34,

To disable the order confirmation pop up window you will need to go to the Control Center > Tools > Options and under the General tab uncheck the box for 'Confirm order placement' and press OK.

To remove the plotting of trade executions please follow the directions below.

Right click in your chart and select the menu "Data Series..."
Find the "Plot executions" parameter for each data series and change the value to "DoNotPlot"
Press the "OK" button
See here for more information on working with Data Series > How to edit Data Series parameters:
http://www.ninjatrader.com/support/h...price_data.htm
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How do I remove the pending order lines on the chart at the level they are placed?
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I figured that out...I just turned off chart trader...

But is there a way to remove the lines without turning off chart trader?
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Hello Boomer34,

You will be unable to remove the pending orders from the chart.
However, you can change the color of the bar to transparent by right clicking on Chart Trader, selecting Chart Trader Properties, selecting the order type, pressing the + to expand the tree, selecting Color and using the drop down list to select Transparent.
You can also change the length of the pending order bar by selecting Order display bar length (% of chart) and increasing or decreasing this number.
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