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    Feature Request: Dockable Charts in Workspaces

    Say there are 3 charts A,B,C in a workspace and, for example, are displayed vertically alongside each other:
    |A|B|C|

    Instead of spending a lot of time trying to get all charts to display evenly and at the same size, having the ability to dock them relative to each other would really be handy and increase the level of usability.

    So for example, if I were to make chart C larger - then correspondingly A and B would get small with the reduce space.

    Also, this would mean when importing a work space onto a computer with a different size screen - no time would be wasted trying to resize all the windows to the same size.

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    ...just out of interest, which language is Ninja written in? something of .NET?

    #2
    Originally posted by michellepace View Post
    Say there are 3 charts A,B,C in a workspace and, for example, are displayed vertically alongside each other:
    |A|B|C|

    Instead of spending a lot of time trying to get all charts to display evenly and at the same size, having the ability to dock them relative to each other would really be handy and increase the level of usability.

    So for example, if I were to make chart C larger - then correspondingly A and B would get small with the reduce space.

    Also, this would mean when importing a work space onto a computer with a different size screen - no time would be wasted trying to resize all the windows to the same size.

    -------------

    ...just out of interest, which language is Ninja written in? something of .NET?
    Hello,

    Thank you for your post and suggestion.

    I will forward this to development for future consideration.

    -NinjaScript is written in C#. See here for more information: http://www.ninjatrader-support.com/H...verview17.html
    Ray SNinjaTrader Customer Service

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      #3
      c#?! well great! then there's plenty of choices on 3rd party controls for dockable snapping windows!

      thank-you

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        #4
        In fact, a docking facility that would dock grouped sets of windows would be great. e.g. if one has opened three charts for each scrip one is trading in, one could dock each such group, selectable by the same colour coding as the chart windows, in a dock of same colour code.

        It would help a lot when managing screens.

        As is, windows management in NT is really not up to the mark.

        Sanjay

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          #5
          Originally posted by sanjay_arora View Post
          In fact, a docking facility that would dock grouped sets of windows would be great. e.g. if one has opened three charts for each scrip one is trading in, one could dock each such group, selectable by the same colour coding as the chart windows, in a dock of same colour code.

          It would help a lot when managing screens.

          As is, windows management in NT is really not up to the mark.

          Sanjay
          Hi Sanjay,

          Thank you for your feedback.

          This request has been sent to development for future consideration.
          Ray SNinjaTrader Customer Service

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