Configuring modules

We have divided all automation into modules and each module works independently and can be connected to a position and control it with individual settings. The list of global settings is in the main vertical menu under the graph (Cogwheel) on the first tab.

There are several columns in the list of modules:

  • Module ID

  • Module type icon, for example, FL, HK modules manage orders, and SL, SLX, TP manage position

  • Module name

  • Enable / Disable. Applies only to new positions; in open positions, the module is disabled in the form of an order.

You can also set individual settings for the position to be opened, for this you need to select the desired module tab or customize the settings templates

Position settings

The far right tab contains position settings and presets

Cancel on position close

If enabled, then when closing a position, all averaging orders will be canceled.

If disabled, the position will not be closed and the system will wait for the execution of averaging orders.

Template / Presets

The template table consists of the following columns:

  • Template number - its number will be in the template selection

  • Template name - arbitrary name

  • Pair mask - if empty, then the template for all pairs, if the pair name is entered, then the template will be displayed in the list of available templates only for this pair

1. Creating a template

Add the name of the new template and, if necessary, also the name of the pair and press the green plus

2. Selecting a template and saving settings

On the bottom right, on any of the module tabs, there is a block with a template selection and a button for saving changes to module settings

By default, all templates are created with default settings, so after creating a template, you need to select it

Configure modules in all necessary tabs of the order form and click save changes

Please note that the list does not show templates with a different currency pair from the current one.

Templates with the specified currency pair are displayed colon-separated, for example: 5 TP + SL + SLX: BTCUSDT