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tdk
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Hi Simon, please bring back the Daily red/green % Var ASAP - Thanks
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Valued Contributor
it is there ..
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Regular Contributor
but how do you get it?
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Regular Contributor
On "My detailed watchlist" select edit, select Daily Var%(Daily% change), click the arrow to the right and select update.
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Super Contributor
I liked the arrows. I like the wolour coding more. Thanx guys
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Super Contributor
you cannot please everyone all the time, as long as most are happy most of the time, you should be okay. complainers should read the tutorial!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Super Contributor
Hey Simon. Time you turn to professional software testers. Somehow your developers have done their own testing and a bunch of bugs are the result. Not good development governance. Go and knock on Ilab's door. They'll sort your development testing and quality assurance out in a jiffy and save you a bunch of time the next time you do a big rollout.
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StanleyB
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Please reduce the shade of red. The deep red makes the +ve % difficult to read.
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I suppose I am missing something here again but can anyone tell me how to delete more than one share from a watchlist at a time. Before you could select a few, now I can only get it right by hitting each `delete' under actions, in turn. If one goes into `edit' you only get to edit headings of colums. A cumbersome business.
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horsetrader
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How do you reduce the decimals down to only one? 3 and 4 decimals in the Var% and Tracker is too busy...
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Regular Contributor
Simon - is there any way to do the edits and then apply them to all your accounts/watch lists?
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Super Contributor
Getting to know / learning to use new watch list - it works.
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Frequent Contributor
Colour coding great!! Just please get rid of the multiple decimals!
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Super Contributor
The history of 12 month high and low is wrong. Cents got extra 2 zeros! For example 10c is shown as 1000c
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Super Contributor
There is an checkbox on the bottom of the option box that does exactly this.
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