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Sam, I have entries in both threads and tester kitteh does have the potential to get more serious about winning the prizes. I would prefer the NT one though as it would make my monthly costs zero apart from brokerage. I've been a beta tester for NT7 since the beginning as it is the platform that works best for me.

I wish they would get a wriggle on with release the full version of NT7 though. I intend to buy a full license once nt7 is stable but no point committing to something that isn't finished. The longer they take, the more lease payments they get out of me. Makes you wonder if that is a motive to take their time. Due to time constraints, please do not PM me if your question can be resolved or answered on the forum. 1) Stop changing things.

No new indicators, charts, or methods. Be consistent with what is in front of you first. 2) Start a and post to it daily with the trades you made to show your strengths and weaknesses.

3) Set goals for yourself to reach daily. Make them about how you trade, not how much money you make. 4) Accept responsibility for your actions. Stop looking elsewhere to explain away poor performance. 5) Where to start as a trader? Watch and read for hundreds of questions and answers. 6) Help using the forum?

To learn general tips on using the site. If you want to support our community, become an. I think you'll find they are accommodating. This is the inverse of my experience Mike. I have had 2 'customer service' interactions with Jeff Jenkins of. Both times my head was shaking, thinking 'is this guy for real?'

I recently went to download Multicharts DT at the download page which is coded to require you to 'recommend' on Facebook. 10x digital camera. Despite trying on 5 different browsers and 3 machines, I could not download it, so I emailed and asked them if they could email me a download link. I was categorically denied and told that I could get a demo of Multicharts 7(and then buy it after 30 days) or nothing. The first time I contacted him it was to ask about the lack of a 'ray' type trend line tool and the difficulty in setting up the app to work with MB Trading. This is basic stuff for a charting package that is advertised to interface with a particular broker, I thought. Jeff encouraged me to think out of the box and consider why a trader would need a ray tool when they have so graciously provided a line tool for drawing trendlines and that they just didn't think it was important enough to them to make it easy for MB trading clients to use their software. I LOVE this software(for the most part) and I make more profit with it than other packages, but I really don't want to give these clowns $1000 until they bring it up a notch and I'm sure it works for me.

They certainly aren't perfect. I've never had to deal with Jeff.

Only Stan and Dennis. As for the Facebook thing, yes I am with you - it was discussed on another thread already. I have a feeling they will be changing that policy soon, but who knows. As for needing more time to evaluate it, you asked for an extension on a 30-day trial and were told no? I guess it just depends on their experience, if people abuse the trial extension vs need it to make decisions.

Maybe some sort of built-in extension possibility on the condition of providing feedback about your trial so far would be possible. For instance, I could even see this built-in to the app - maybe you would be required to answer 20 questions about your experience with the platform so far, then you receive a 2 week extension.

But while I think that is a good idea, I also think the whole Facebook requirement is a bad idea. So I guess there are going to be people equally put off by the idea of providing feedback in order to receive an extension, although I don't think they are equal 'requirements' in order to 'receive' something back. Due to time constraints, please do not PM me if your question can be resolved or answered on the forum. 1) Stop changing things. No new indicators, charts, or methods. Be consistent with what is in front of you first. 2) Start a and post to it daily with the trades you made to show your strengths and weaknesses.

3) Set goals for yourself to reach daily. Make them about how you trade, not how much money you make.

4) Accept responsibility for your actions. Stop looking elsewhere to explain away poor performance. 5) Where to start as a trader? Watch and read for hundreds of questions and answers.

6) Help using the forum? To learn general tips on using the site.

If you want to support our community, become an. No, they certainly aren't, nobody is. If Stan and Dennis are concerned about providing good customer service and trying to attract customers, they should take a look at Jeff's communication skills.

They might not be pleased at what their front end is spitting out. Either that or I am just a lousy customer. Could go either way I suppose. I managed to download a copy of DT on my own in spite of Jeff's sad gatekeeping attempt, at one of several sharing sites where other decision makers at Multicharts allow the app to be downloaded freely to encourage people to try and use it.

I had started a demo account about 6 months ago and I stopped using it shortly thereafter because it didn't meet my needs at the time. I was not denied a demo extension. I was able to download the multicharts 7 demo and do that(which is not what I wanted) I was denied access to download Multicharts DT, according to Jeff, because 'it works for everybody else' and 'I had downloaded it once or twice in the past.' I do not use or need Multicharts 7. I am a 100% manual trader, so MultichartsDT is all I need. And now I have it.

All is well in my world. I agree about the Facebook thing, but I'm not really offended that they are doing it as much as I'm annoyed the code is sloppy and works intermittently at best(not at my case). At least they make it available to download from alternate sources. I am asking them for something, makes sense that I should be willing to give them a little love back on Facebook. They certainly aren't perfect.

I've never had to deal with Jeff. Only Stan and Dennis. As for the Facebook thing, yes I am with you - it was discussed on another thread already. I have a feeling they will be changing that policy soon, but who knows. As for needing more time to evaluate it, you asked for an extension on a 30-day trial and were told no?

I guess it just depends on their experience, if people abuse the trial extension vs need it to make decisions. Maybe some sort of built-in extension possibility on the condition of providing feedback about your trial so far would be possible. For instance, I could even see this built-in to the app - maybe you would be required to answer 20 questions about your experience with the platform so far, then you receive a 2 week extension. But while I think that is a good idea, I also think the whole Facebook requirement is a bad idea. So I guess there are going to be people equally put off by the idea of providing feedback in order to receive an extension, although I don't think they are equal 'requirements' in order to 'receive' something back.

By Roger Fingas
Wednesday, May 16, 2018, 08:22 am PT (11:22 am ET)

Netgear appears to be adding HomeKit support retroactively to the Arlo Pro, expanding the small number of compatible security cameras on the market — and bringing Apple's technology to a wireless model for the first time. [Updated with denial by Netgear]


The Arlo Pro.

HomeKit compatibility is mentioned in official release notes for the latest Pro firmware, 1.092.0.13_19715. It's not yet clear if the feature can actually be used or if Netgear is simply laying groundwork.
Also uncertain is whether the newfound support applies to the recent Arlo Pro 2.
Currently the only vendors with HomeKit-ready cameras include Netgear, D-Link, Logitech, Netatmo, and Somfy. Until this week, the one Netgear option has been the Arlo Baby, a primarily wired camera intended for nurseries, though it can be tweaked for general security use.
The Arlo line has proven to be one of the more popular options for smarthome security, but Netgear's preference for going wireless was thought to have precluded HomeKit. Even if they require occasional charging, wireless cameras can be placed in more locations and are potentially harder to disable.
Apple's platform allows cameras to be viewed from the iOS Home app, controlled with Siri, and in some cases integrated into complex scenes and automations alongside other smarthome accessories. Logitech's Circle 2 for example can be set to turn on smartbulbs if it detects motion at night.
Update: Netgear now says the reference was an 'error,' and that 'at this time,' the Baby remains the only HomeKit-ready Arlo.