EclipseTrader 0.28 Released

EclipseTrader 0.28 has been released. EclipseTrader is a stock exchange analysis
system, featuring shares pricing watch, intraday and history charts with
technical analysis indicators, level II/market depth view, news watching,
automated trading systems, integrated trading.

What's new in this release:

- Added group changes of feed, intraday charts and trading options for the
selected securities
- Added proxy authentication settings
- Added selection and context menu for watchlist's ribbon layout
- Added security notes field
- [Charts] Added settings to extend the charts horizontal and vertical
- [Charts] Added content description label when chart is set to follow
security selection
- [Charts] Added show current market value option
- [Charts] Rows height is now saved
- [Charts] Added support for color themese
- [Trading] Added "Good 'Till Date' validity and expiration date field

- Fixed display of ampersend character in security description
- [Charts] Fixed handling of independently-scaled indicators on an auto-scaled

- [Plugin] Added ta-lib plugin (requires
Java 5 runtime)
- [Plugin] OpenTick plugin changed to require Java 5 runtime
- [Plugin] Added depth limit to OpenTick level2 data to prevent memory overflows

Closed tracker items:

1586116: implementation
1559749: NTLM/SSPI authentication
1600634: Show Market Value SWTException
1601421: Free-text box under Securities -> Properties
1606451: Scaling and autoscaling misbehavior
1607840: Watchlist price & position in properties windows
1607851: Watchlist not updated after Price and Position Changed
1608085: Watchlist (MarketValue column)
1608087: Watchlist (BookValue Column)
1609415: Add OrderValidity.GOOD_TILL_DATE

Known issues:

- With Linux/GTK 2.10.1 the table sort indicator is missing.

Download from:

To checkout the source from the Subversion repository:
svn co eclipsetrader


Posted by Marco Maccaferri 2006-12-13

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