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    OnTermination not called

    Code:
    protected override void OnTermination()
    	Print("running on termination");
    	strip.Items.Remove(buttonDrop);
    	strip.Items.Remove(thresholdBox);
    	strip.Items.Remove(slopeBox);	
    }
    I should be seeing a 'running on termination' in the output window, but I do not see anything. In addition, when the script loads again, it adds extra buttons, since the previous ones were not removed. I do not see any errors in the output window or log tab. I don't think Ontermination is running when I refresh the chart or change the time, how do I fix this?

    #2
    You don't mention what you are doing that you expect to see this call?

    It works for me when I remove my indicator.

    Code:
    // Important to clean up our resources
    protected override void OnTermination()
    {
    // Cleans up our Timer object
    Print ( "MyTimer.Dispose" );
    MyTimer.Dispose();
    }

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      #3
      I am just refreshing my chart with the F5 button. I am using OnMarketDepth in the code. When I removed that, then recompiled, and started with a fresh chart, it ran correctly. Then I added OnMarketDepth again, it's working now for some reason. Is there something messed up with adding OnMarketDepth?

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        #4
        Originally posted by habibalex View Post
        I am just refreshing my chart with the F5 button. I am using OnMarketDepth in the code. When I removed that, then recompiled, and started with a fresh chart, it ran correctly. Then I added OnMarketDepth again, it's working now for some reason. Is there something messed up with adding OnMarketDepth?
        Sometimes you just run into stuff like that where things get gummed up making changes to code.

        I remember something odd when I was developing that code. Old objects were still hanging around.

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          #5
          Hello habibalex,

          Thanks for your posts.

          There should be no issue with using/adding OnMarketDepth. You may want to restart and test again (I like sledge's description) to clear out any residuals.

          If the issue persists, please contact us at PlatFormSupport[at]Ninjatrader[dot]com
          Paul H.NinjaTrader Customer Service

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