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Status of SFT-1536 (configurable chart update Interval) ?

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  • hurleydood
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    Here is my indicator to do faster chart updates on each tick or price change.
    It also has an adjustable refresh interval. You can use a refresh interval of 0 for real-time updates if your computer can keep up.
    https://ninjatraderecosystem.com/use...d/tickrefresh/

    Check out this video to see the difference https://youtu.be/0sb8OANbcyo
    Last edited by hurleydood; 03-29-2019, 10:09 AM.

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  • NinjaTrader_PatrickG
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    Thanks for the feedback. There is not update at this time.

    Deciding on features for future releases is not a simple black and white decision. There are many factors involved including but not limited to:
    • Demand which is measured by objective user requests and subjective discretion on the part of our Product Management team.
    • Feasibility
    • Developer bandwidth
    • Current projects in the queue
    • Economics
    You'll find the tracking numbers provided in the release notes when a feature is implemented:

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  • martyn73
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    Has there been any progress on implementing this feature request? It's such a critical one for many intraday traders.

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  • James108
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    [QUOTE=swartz;n1040155]please add my vote


    which software is that?

    Looks like SierraChart

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  • swartz
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    please add my vote

    Originally posted by BMM73 View Post
    I am quite confused of so much time needed to solve this critical issue. Everybody here know that fast market is real problem at Ninja now and this would solve it as done in other similar competitor software me and my team are forced to look to!

    Here below a short description from an other guide... I hope it will help. Feel free to remove the post but at least consider the tip!

    Click image for larger version  Name:	gfsddf.png Views:	1 Size:	70.3 KB ID:	1040115
    which software is that?
    In fast market ninja is getting useless since charts are not in sync with the DOM so I too need to look elsewhere

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  • BMM73
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    Originally posted by explorer101 View Post
    Several posts have been made here recently https://ninjatrader.com/support/foru...250ms-possible
    correct, by the way here the idea is to slow down the useless fasta update of some high timeframe charts to reduce CPU stress on them to be able to not lag in fast market

    Now we can't decide how to distribute our CPU power using less where it is not needed, i.e. 250ms refresh on daily charts

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  • explorer101
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    Several posts have been made here recently https://ninjatrader.com/support/foru...250ms-possible

    but no response - this needs to be one of the top priorities in these volatile markets - we have to keep posting unless they are actually busy working on this but some clear guideline and status of this is the least they can do at this point - indeed look at your competition and how they handle it, it would seem you researched competition on volume profile tools and ladders so why not apply the same approach?

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  • BMM73
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    I am quite confused of so much time needed to solve this critical issue. Everybody here know that fast market is real problem at Ninja now and this would solve it as done in other similar competitor software me and my team are forced to look to!

    Here below a short description from an other guide... I hope it will help. Feel free to remove the post but at least consider the tip!

    Click image for larger version

Name:	gfsddf.png
Views:	20
Size:	70.3 KB
ID:	1040115

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  • brucerobinson
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    I see that the link to the original discussion no longer works http://ww.ninjatrader.com/support/fo...d.php?p=475521
    Why is that?
    Kind regards
    Bruce

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  • James108
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    I didn't realize until today how much of an issue this really is. I typically just use Chart Trader and not the DOM but today during the CL report I compared the DOM to the Chart, the difference is very unsettling.

    I was about to start trading live but find my self hesitant because of this issue.

    Brett

    How can an issue like this take years to resolve, can you give us more information on what is being done and not just the standard we are looking at it.

    It is hard to understand how you can have so many traders very concerned about this performance parameter and not give it a top priority,

    I have said it before but I will say it again, I don't see the logic in adding significant new features ( VP Order Flow ,etc.) when the basic platform is still not working at an acceptable level.

    thanks James 108

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  • NinjaTrader_PatrickG
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    I added your vote to SFT-1536, td_910

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  • td_910
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    please add my vote too

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  • BMM73
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    Originally posted by NinjaTrader_PatrickG View Post
    With that said, I'll add you vote to the current feature request.
    thanks, I still believe it could be a good workaround to solve the "tick queue" issue till a major improvement in Ninja will arrive. It's like to throttle calculation every 0.n seconds instead of any tick or any price change that in fast market could mean TOO MUCH calculations per seconds.

    A major release of Ninja will take a lot of time, this temporary solution could be released in a short time

    I hope it helps

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  • NinjaTrader_PatrickG
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    It would depend on where the root of the 'losing sync' issue lies. Is the root of the issue a backup in data processing? Or is the root of the issue a backup in data rendering?

    These are rhetorical questions, but are meant to demonstrate that there isn't a 'one size fits all' solution for every single case. A feature to reduce the display repainting may not have any effect. However the idea is one that our development team is discussing internally.

    With that said, I'll add you vote to the current feature request.
    Last edited by NinjaTrader_PatrickG; 02-28-2018, 02:41 PM.

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  • BMM73
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    In these days of fast market we saw NT8 in difficulites to elaborate incoming ticks losing sync between charts and DOM

    Huge amount of ticks go in queue and evident delay appears

    Could this "Display update interval" help to manage this queue? Many indicators are set to "calculate on price change" but this could be a problem in extreme volatiliy moments and so to limit calculation on price change AND updata interval could help, I think

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