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Date/Time: Thu, 19 Jul 2018 05:58:49 +0000



Changing DOM colors for sell stop orders

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[2017-12-14 18:24:45]
User223270 - Posts: 3
Dear SierraChart Tech Support,

I can't read the numbers with the default shade of red for Sell Stop Orders.
Which is the name of the command I should look for on the left side of the column as shown in the attached screenshot in order to change that dark red color on the right?

Thank you!

Kind regards
Christian B.
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[2017-12-14 22:11:08]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 61892
This is the color setting:
https://www.sierrachart.com/index.php?page=doc/ChartTradingCustomizingGraphics.php#TradeDOMOrderLineTextColor
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[2017-12-15 08:23:03]
User223270 - Posts: 3
Thank you but I knew that link; I can't figure out which is the name of the command I am using. There are no actual examples in your online manual, just names. And there is no filter under 'Colors and Widths' in order to understand which section the trader is actually changing. There is no previews of what the user is tweaking.
[2017-12-15 09:38:23]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 61892
We linked to: Trade DOM Order Line Text Color

This is the color setting you need to change.
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[2017-12-16 20:34:25]
User223270 - Posts: 3
Perfect! Sorry -- I did not realize that was the proper link and feature to be managed directly.

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