I re-attached PSC to the chart and it's working now, sorry for inconvenience i don't know how i haven't tried that before lol@vespucci If you remove PSC from the chart, and then add it again, does the bug still occurs when switching timeframes?
If so, try deleting from /MQL4/Files/ all txt files beginning with "PSC" and all ini files beginning with "Position Size Calculator".
If this doesn't help, please send me the .set file you are using, so I could test it. Perhaps, there is some weird combination of input parameters that's causing that.
I'm glad it helped, but if the same issue reappears, please let me know. Maybe there is some sequence of actions that leads to such incorrect behavior.I re-attached PSC to the chart and it's working now, sorry for inconvenience i don't know how i haven't tried that before lol
Yeah I was playing with it for a bit but couldn't manage to mess it up again, to be honest I've never had that happen before while I was riding with the outdated version, maybe I screwed up while "installing" the newer version so something broke in the process. I'll let you know, thanks for your help and for this tool in general, appreciate it I can't see myself trading without itI'm glad it helped, but if the same issue reappears, please let me know. Maybe there is some sequence of actions that leads to such incorrect behavior.
Actually, PSC for MT5 is somewhat more advanced than PSC for MT4, not the other way around.I'm now using MT5 aswell, and I gather this version isn't kept as up to date, which I understand.
CHART_WIDTH_IN_PIXELS has nothing to do with that. The panel's and its elements' dimensions are defined in lines 235-290 of PositionSizeCalculator.mqh.How can I change the dimensions so that it is nice and compact like MT4? I see that it's because of the small position size MT5 allows for. Whats the solution, do I need to remove that micro lot functionality, or change the borders manually? In the code I see CHART_WIDTH_IN_PIXELS with no value to define it.
Thanks very much. One other question, will the MT5 version get the function to adjust lot size manually, like in MT4?Actually, PSC for MT5 is somewhat more advanced than PSC for MT4, not the other way around.
CHART_WIDTH_IN_PIXELS has nothing to do with that. The panel's and its elements' dimensions are defined in lines 235-290 of PositionSizeCalculator.mqh.
You can replace the body of these two functions in PositionSizeCalculator.mqh of the MT5 version with the body of these functions from MT4:So it is, when I updated to recent version!
Great functionality, although I'm still stuck on how to make the windows narrower. Could you please guide me on the parameter to decrease the width so it's the same as MT4?
bool QCPositionSizeCalculator::Create(const long chart, const string name, const int subwin, const int x1, const int y1) bool QCPositionSizeCalculator::CreateObjects()
if (NoPanelMaximization) Width((int)MathRound(500 * m_DPIScale));
Please make sure you are using the latest version of PSC (which is 2.33) with the latest version of PSC-Trader script (which is 1.10), having also removed the pre-2.32 lines from the chart (explained in this post).hi there,
im getting this error while trying to execute trades using PSC-Trader : "entry line not found"
i have entry line on the chart,
does anyone know how to fix it?
SL label would always show the same info however you drag it - that could seem confusing to people.i think additional SL label might be more useful than TP incase of any misplaced risk percantages
Which "ask confirmation" option? Script? Uncheck the checkbox on the Script tab.in that way i can disable "ask confirmation" option too