level profit option in custom columns

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level profit option in custom columns

Postby JohnnyBravo » Tue Apr 20, 2021 10:28 am

Hi,
Apologises if this has been ask before, In regards to setting up your own level profits column can you confirm the following please.

If i set it to for example 4.0....and in-running i place a lay at 10.0....I can see in the column what my potential red is....will the software fire that bet in at those odds automatically?????......or do i have to do something manually? As i tested it today and in a pre-off situation i placed a lay bet at something like 10 and had the column set at 4 for a pre-determined loss if trade went against me....However when i clicked on the column linked to the selection nothing happened....and i did not see a figure go in on the ladder....If you could explain for me i would be grateful..........cheers :D
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