And do what you expect to see?
What does Forex/Non-Forex has to do with it? There are Forex pairs that some traders would like to adjust according to their idea of pip size.When the above landed in my in-tray . . . I was worried . . . what was I missing
Fortunately after following the link I found your second reply . . . Phew
It works very well with everything I have tried it on
However . . . Do you remember the K.I.S.S principle ?
In my opinion it's confusing and I think it should only have 2 options available
On the above basis it hasn't been caught out . . . YET
- Forex . . . the original setting
- Non Forex . . . the NEW setting
I have tried it on 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 decimal place instruments without problem
So, you want the use_custom_decimal_places parameter to be changed from false/true to 'Forex/Non-Forex'? But that would really confuse those Forex traders that won't be satisfied with the default pip size.Been thinking . . . like you do
There are only two options. All I am suggesting is a drop down with those two options
If you want to set the custom pip size using decimal_places, then use_custom_decimal_places should be true.Thank you Enivid for that excellent explanation on decimal places but could you please clarify "use_custom_decimal_places" when should it be true and when should it be false?