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Active Lines is a powerful professional tool for working with lines on a chart. Active Lines provides a wide set of actions for events related to the intersection of two lines. For example: notify, open/modify/close a position, place / delete pending orders. Active Lines allows you to “attach” several different tasks to a single line, and for each task, you can define individual trigger conditions, as well as the conditions for re-activation and the number of possible subsequent activations.

With Active Lines, you can easily organize a variety of trading strategies related to trend lines, support lines, and resistance lines. For example, trading in a channel, trading in a “triangle”, organizing a grid of orders, etc.

It is very easy to attach tasks to a line – just click on the line with the left mouse button and hold it until a window appears where you can set/change/check tasks. The color and name of the lines are not important for Active Lines.

  • Intuitive interface of the program. Two separate windows:
    • List of all lines with tasks;
    • All tasks for a separate line. Windows can be moved and hidden.
  • 6 types of lines that you can work with:
    • Horizontal line;
    • Trend Line;
    • Fibonacci Lines;
    • Equidistant channel;
    • Standard deviation channel;
    • Regression channel.
  • 2 types of events: breakout of the line and rollback to the line.
  • 13 basic actions as a task:
    • Alert-playing an audio signal, displaying a message on the screen, sending a message to an email, sending an alert to a smartphone, switching the graph on top of other graphs;
    • Buy, Sell-sending the corresponding market order with the ability to specify Stop Loss and Take Profit;
    • Close – closing a position, partial closing of a position, while the volume for closing can be specified as a percentage;
    • Modify-modification of the Stop Loss and / or Take Profit of an open position;
    • Buy Stop, Buy Limit, Buy Stop Limit, Sell Stop, Sell Limit, Sell Stop Limit – placement of pending orders, for each order you can specify your own ID, which can be used when deleting orders;
    • Delete Orders-delete pending orders;
    • Stop Tasks-cancel tasks on a specific line. This action allows you to cancel the tasks of the other line when crossing one line.
  • Up to 15 tasks per line. Tasks are executed sequentially, from left to right, as they are located in the task window. Tasks can be moved with the mouse relative to each other, placing them in the desired order.
  • 2 trading operation execution modes: synchronous and asynchronous. In synchronous mode, you can open a position with the first task, and then set Take Profit and Stop Loss. In asynchronous mode, you can place up to 15 pending orders almost simultaneously.
  • Reactivating the task.
  • Ability to delete a line after completing all tasks. This option exists only for horizontal and trend lines.
  • Setting many parameters in tasks is done by simply dragging the additional lines that appear when you edit the task.
  • An individual log is kept for each task.
  • Lines can be set in segments to limit the activity of tasks over time.
  • The number of lines with tasks is not limited.
  • Lines with active tasks are marked with an animated locator icon.
  • “Highlighting” the lines.
  • The ability to save and load sets of tasks as templates. Templates are saved in files with the extension”. tsk”. You can save templates either in a local terminal folder or in a shared folder that is accessible to all terminals on the same computer.
  • Protection against accidental events-disabling tasks when moving the line near the price.
  • The ability to limit the volume of an open position and the number of orders placed in one direction.
  • Support for program restart, tasks are not lost when the terminal/program is restarted.
  • Built-in interactive help for task parameters.
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  • List of all lines with tasks;
  • All tasks for a separate line. Windows can be moved and hidden.
  • Horizontal line;
  • Trend Line;
  • Fibonacci Lines;
  • Equidistant channel;
  • Standard deviation channel;
  • Regression channel.
  • Alert-playing an audio signal, displaying a message on the screen, sending a message to an email, sending an alert to a smartphone, switching the graph on top of other graphs;
  • Buy, Sell-sending the corresponding market order with the ability to specify Stop Loss and Take Profit;
  • Close – closing a position, partial closing of a position, while the volume for closing can be specified as a percentage;
  • Modify-modification of the Stop Loss and / or Take Profit of an open position;
  • Buy Stop, Buy Limit, Buy Stop Limit, Sell Stop, Sell Limit, Sell Stop Limit – placement of pending orders, for each order you can specify your own ID, which can be used when deleting orders;
  • Delete Orders-delete pending orders;
  • Stop Tasks-cancel tasks on a specific line. This action allows you to cancel the tasks of the other line when crossing one line.
Note: Active Lines does not work in the terminal tester. You can get acquainted with the program using the free version of Active Lines DEMO.

  • Language – the language of messages and hints.
  • Max Position – the maximum amount of position that the program can open. If 0, this parameter is not controlled.
  • Max Orders – the maximum number of orders that the program can place. If 0, this parameter is not controlled.
  • Deviation for Market Order(in point) – the permissible deviation of the price when placing a market order, in points.
  • Asynchronous mode for trade operations – the mode of execution of trade operations: true-asynchronous, false-synchronous.
  • Print log in Experts tab-message output mode: true-output messages to the expert log and to the “Log” tab of the task, else-output messages only to the “Log” tab of the task.
  • Color of Price Line – the color of the additional line that sets the price for placing a pending order.
  • Color of PriceLimit Line – the color of the additional line that sets the price of the limit order for the Buy Stop Limit and Sell Stop Limit orders.
  • Color of SL Line – the color of the additional line that sets the stop loss level.
  • Color of TP Line – the color of the additional line that sets the take profit level.
  • Fill Policy for market Order-market order execution policy:
    • Auto – automatic selection;
    • FOK (Fill Or Kill) – All-or-Nothing execution policy”;
    • IOC (Immediate Or Cancel) – “All or Part” execution policy”;
    • Return-the “Return” execution policy.
  • Fill Policy for pending Order-pending Order execution policy:
    • Auto – automatic selection;
    • FOK(Fill Or Kill) – All-or-Nothing execution policy”;
    • IOC (Immediate Or Cancel) – “All or Part” execution policy”;
    • Return-the “Return” execution policy.
  • Auto – automatic selection;
  • FOK (Fill Or Kill) – All-or-Nothing execution policy”;
  • IOC (Immediate Or Cancel) – “All or Part” execution policy”;
  • Return-the “Return” execution policy.
  • Auto – automatic selection;
  • FOK(Fill Or Kill) – All-or-Nothing execution policy”;
  • IOC (Immediate Or Cancel) – “All or Part” execution policy”;
  • Return-the “Return” execution policy.

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Published

14 August 2014

Updated

10 April 2020

Current Version

2.8

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Ravil Ablikeev February 28, 2021 5:30 pm
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An extremely beneficial power for working together with orders and jobs.

Mayank Jain February 28, 2021 5:30 pm
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Great power by Yury. Aids so much in planning distinct transactions, which can be extremely hard remotely in Metatrader (as an example activating acquire ceases above value, when value crosses below a specific threshold).