Basic settings

The basic settings contain visual and optional settings for the interface, chart, DOM, trade feed, and trading elements.

To access them, in the main menu, select Settings → Basic settings.

Interface settings group

Name

Description

Interface language

Select language The system language is the default. Two languages are currently available: English and Russian.

Interface theme

Choose terminal interface color scheme (Dark or Light mode).

Font name

Font selection (Exo 2 or Cuprum)

Font size

Font size selection (12–30).

Icon height

Choose the icon height for toolbars (12–30).

Icon color

Choose the color of the icons and palette settings.

Notification position

Choose the notification location (top right, bottom right, top left, bottom left).

Time in title

The time shown in the upper right corner of the main window. You can hide it or select it: Moscow, New York, Chicago.

Make sure the time is correct; otherwise, time-bound terminal elements may not work correctly.

Local time

When turned on, the time in the terminal will be based on the time zone on your computer.

Show on top of all windows

When this mode is enabled, the terminal will always be displayed in the foreground.

Chart settings group

Name

Description

Chart theme

Chart color scheme selection. Three themes available by default: Dark, Dark Modern, and Light. You can add your theme to the list. To do this, create and save a theme in the menu: Settings and options → Theme manager.

Font name

Font selection (Exo 2 or Cuprum)

Font size

Font size selection (8–30).

Sync objects in link group

Synchronization of all graphics between linked charts. If you add, move or change an object’s settings, these actions are applied to all charts included in the group.

Sync levels in link group

Synchronization of horizontal lines and price ranges between linked charts. If you add, move or change an object’s settings, these actions are applied to all charts included in the group.

Apply last object settings

Repeats the previous settings for an object of this type.

Apply last indicator settings

Repeats the previous settings for an indicator of this type.

Auto hide toolbars

Hides the toolbar on all inactive charts. Allows you to save space when using multiple windows at the same time.

Enable object edit toolbar

Displays the object settings toolbar when an object is selected.

Discrete cursor movement

Allows you to move the cursor strictly from bar to bar.  Without this setting, you can move the mouse (crosshair) over the space between bars/candles.

DOM settings group

Name

Description

DOM theme

DOM color scheme selection. Three themes available by default: Dark, Dark Modern, and Light. You can add your theme to the list. To do this, it needs to be created and saved through the menu: Settings and options → Theme manager.

Font name

Font selection (Exo 2 or Cuprum)

Font size

Font size selection (8–30).

Apply last settings

If this option is enabled, then the last automatically saved settings of the selected instrument will be loaded when you switch an instrument in the DOM or open a new DOM.

Group of Trade feed settings

Name

Description

Font name

Font selection (Exo 2 or Cuprum)

Font size

Font size selection (8–30).

Group of Trading settings

Name

Description

Partial closing of a position

Allows you to reduce the volume of a position by selling or buying contracts without changing the average price of the position. Each partial closing of a position will be displayed as a separate trade in the statistics.

Server stop loss

When this mode is off, information about “stops” remains within the terminal and is not displayed to the broker. When a “stop” is activated in the terminal, an order is sent to the broker to close the position.

Server take profit

When this mode is off, information about “takes” remains within the terminal and is not displayed to the broker. When a “take” is activated in the terminal, an order is sent to the broker to close the position.

Dynamic stop loss position

A fixed position means that the stop loss price will not change upon averaging and partial closing of the position (default option).

A dynamic position means that the stop loss price will move relative to the average price.

Dynamic take profit position

A fixed position means that the take profit price will not change upon averaging and partial closing of the position (default option).

A dynamic position means that the take profit price will move relative to the average price.

Cancel orders on position close

When a position is closed, all orders for the trading instrument are automatically canceled.

Save selected exit strategy

Exit strategies are pre-configured templates to automatically place a stop loss and take profit when entering a position. Exit strategies can also be applied to a previously opened position.
Exit strategies are managed through the trader module. A strategy can be linked to an instrument; only those that are linked to a specific instrument will then be displayed in the list of strategies. 

Group of settings for Window title templates

Name

Description

Chart {S} {TF} {C}

DOM {S} {C}

Trade feed {T} {S}

Volume search {T} {S}

All prices {T} {S}

Options board {T} {S}

The following keys can be used in templates:

  • {T} is the standard window name (Charts, DOM, etc.).
  • {S} is the name of selected instrument.
  • {EX} is the name of the exchange where selected instrument is traded.
  • {TF} is the selected timeframe in the window.
  • {C} is the percent change in price of the selected instrument.
  • {P} is the price of the last trade for the selected instrument.

Group of Other settings

Name

Description

Configuration save interval

Allows you to configure how often the complete application configuration needs to be saved in minutes. If you enter 0, autosave is disabled.


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