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    Hello,

    I couldn´t find what is "#entries loaded" for. There is a value of 1.000 in the tab.

    I thought this could be the default quantity in chart trader as there appears always 1.000 if not selected anything else - and this is the problem. There might be the incident that one touches a buy or sell button and 1.000 futures will be traded. How can this be avoided - I thought by setting the default value to 1 but I think this doesnt work.

    Thanks
    Tony

    #2
    Hello Tony,

    It configures the maximum number of historical log events loaded upon start up in the Control Center-->Log-tab.

    It does not relate to ChartTrader.
    JasonNinjaTrader Customer Service

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      #3
      Hello,

      thank you for your reply. And the 2nd part of my question referring the default quantity of chart-trader (this is the core, therefore I found the log n#) How can this be set to 1 please?

      Thanks
      Tony

      Originally posted by NinjaTrader_Jason View Post
      Hello Tony,

      It configures the maximum number of historical log events loaded upon start up in the Control Center-->Log-tab.

      It does not relate to ChartTrader.

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        #4
        Unfortunately there is no setting to configure the default quantity of ChartTrader. When I open a chart with a futures instrument selected, it will open with a value of 1. If I create a forex chart and enable ChartTrader, it will have a value of 0.1M. Upon creating a chart for a stock, it has 100.

        Are you connected to a data feed when you check the ChartTrader order quantity value? If so, please tell me which one.
        JasonNinjaTrader Customer Service

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          #5
          Hello,

          thank you for your reply. OK, I understand. This makes sense of course.

          Then I know why this occurs:

          I´m connected with fxcm and I have cfd in the chart. There might be no distinction then between forex and cfd with this dataprovider.

          Thanks
          Tony

          Originally posted by NinjaTrader_Jason View Post
          Unfortunately there is no setting to configure the default quantity of ChartTrader. When I open a chart with a futures instrument selected, it will open with a value of 1. If I create a forex chart and enable ChartTrader, it will have a value of 0.1M. Upon creating a chart for a stock, it has 100.

          Are you connected to a data feed when you check the ChartTrader order quantity value? If so, please tell me which one.
          Last edited by tonynt; 09-24-2013, 06:09 AM. Reason: typing error

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            #6
            Yes, I experience the same when I connect to FXCM. Both forex and cfd's will have a value of 1,000.
            JasonNinjaTrader Customer Service

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