Overview

Overview

The interface of the Web Terminal looks similar to the interface of the Desktop MetaTrader 4 terminal and consists of the areas described below.

    • File: Charts and accounts management.

    • View: Interface settings.

    • Insert: Objects management.

    • Charts: Chart settings.

    • Options: One-click trading settings.

    • Help: Links to MQL5, Desktop/Mobile MT terminals, and information about the terminal.
  1. Toolbar

    Quick access to some features.

  2. Market Watch

    List of financial instruments.

    The context menu contains commands for managing positions, charts, and Market Watch settings.

  3. Charts

    To switch between open charts, use labels at the bottom of the Charts area.

    The context menu contains commands for managing charts and view settings (Properties).

  4. Terminal

Management of trades, account history, and system journal.

Includes three tabs:

  1. Trade: Information about the current balance, open positions, and pending orders.
The context menu contains commands for managing orders and view settings.
  1. History: Transaction history.
The context menu contains commands for managing view settings.
  1. Journal: Event log for the current session.
The context menu contains commands for managing view settings and saving log history.
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