How do you usually exeute trades calculated by Position Size Calculator?

  • Manually

    Votes: 8 15.1%
  • PSC-Trader script with a mouse click

    Votes: 8 15.1%
  • PSC-Trader with a keyboard shortcut

    Votes: 34 64.2%
  • Using third-party trading panel

    Votes: 2 3.8%
  • Other (please provide details)

    Votes: 1 1.9%

  • Total voters
    53

Enivid

Administrator
Staff member
Nov 30, 2008
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Odessa
www.earnforex.com
Hi,

Thanks for a great tool. I just installed and started testing. When I tried to place a forex trade I get an "Error: 132 - market is closed."

Please could you advise on how to correct it. I have attached a pic of details required.

Thanks.
As far as I know, Oanda has been experiencing some issues for a dozen hours already, resulting in the "market is closed" error when trying to open trades. I don't know, maybe they have already resolved it. If not, you can also contact them to ask when it is going to be resolved.
 

patientWolf

Trader
Nov 11, 2021
4
0
6
47
any way to decrease size of position size calculator dialog size or its fonts size ? instead of minimize. I want all the information on my mt4 instead .. size of calculator is huge for my mt4 charts
I'm not sure if this is definitely the right solution, but if you right-click on the PSC Indicator in the Navigator window, and choose 'modify', you can edit the font size there. You'll need to save and reload after that for effects to take place.
 

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schitzo-eezo

Trader
Nov 23, 2021
2
0
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Durban, South Africa
As far as I know, Oanda has been experiencing some issues for a dozen hours already, resulting in the "market is closed" error when trying to open trades. I don't know, maybe they have already resolved it. If not, you can also contact them to ask when it is going to be resolved.
I tested an entry this morning and it seems to have worked. Hopefully no issues in future. Thanks
 

Enivid

Administrator
Staff member
Nov 30, 2008
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Odessa
www.earnforex.com
I'm not sure if this is definitely the right solution, but if you right-click on the PSC Indicator in the Navigator window, and choose 'modify', you can edit the font size there. You'll need to save and reload after that for effects to take place.
That font size input parameter only controls the font size for the line labels on the chart. It doesn't affect the panel's font size (which I believe is system font size determined by the Windows OS).
 

EnrichWave

Active Trader
May 15, 2018
96
16
34
India
Hi @Enivid When we change the Symbol It goes to its previous Risk %, Risk $ or position size. Some time we need that to be constant (that mean If we change the risk % to 2% and when we change the symbols all the symbols risk should be 2%.). Kindly make options like "Remember Risk = True, False"

Regards
 

Enivid

Administrator
Staff member
Nov 30, 2008
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Odessa
www.earnforex.com
Hi @Enivid When we change the Symbol It goes to its previous Risk %, Risk $ or position size. Some time we need that to be constant (that mean If we change the risk % to 2% and when we change the symbols all the symbols risk should be 2%.). Kindly make options like "Remember Risk = True, False"
On the surface, this looks like a great idea. However, why do we limit this only to the Risk panel fields? There are about 20 panel fields that are recorded according the specific trading symbol. Each of them could seem important to leave unchanged to some trader. But adding 20 more input parameters to control them would encumber the indicator significantly degrading its overall usability in my opinion. I will have to think carefully before deciding whether to add something like this.