Thanks for the update on that. However, that seems like a step back as the Admin and Developers don't seem to be taking any action on the forums with that regard, especially since there is no dedicated "bugs" section.
So how do they keep track of requests?
Here's what one of the moderators said:https://www.mql5.com/ru/forum/271534/page2#comment_8328229
I get the feeling that the best way to report a bug is to post on the Russian forum.
Either attach them as files, or better still just click on the picture icon (mountain and sun) in the post's tool bar and add the image.
If you are talking about the little arrows indicating the enter/exit of a trade, they are so small I don't see what the problem is.
However, if you really don't want to see them, just open up another chart on the same instrument and time-frame and they will not appear on the secondary chart.
Alternatively, in the F8 Properties, just set the chart to foreground and the arrows will remain behind the chart.
Wasn't sure if you received it... sorry
When you open the secondary chart it does not do anything to the primary chart. The objective of having the secondary chart is to look at it without any of the extra graphics!
EDIT: But if you really want to remove them, you can also code an Indicator or EA that will constantly monitor for the existence of those graphic objects and delete them!
I agree and that is what I have been doing for some time now!
It might be so with you, but when I open up a duplicate chart or several duplicate charts, what happens on the original, transfers to all duplicate charts I have operating at that time..... and then there was.....