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Gilari Decosta
2011-07-05 08:55:23


1 We need a note pad in tools bar so that we can record general observation and important QS codes

2 The second idea is RESULTANT CANDLE tool.It means that ,if we select tree or five candles together ,using this tool,we should get a single candle that is the sum of all these candle.I am not sure how much useful it will be.We should be able to return to the former state by double clicking the resultant candle

When can we expect new RT version ?

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