CQG releases updated version of desktop platform

Maria Nikolova

CQG Desktop Version 4.3 adds a quick filter on QSS and Spreadsheet Trader.

Provider of high-performance trading, market data, and technical analysis tools CQG has released a new version of its desktop platform. 

The latest version (4.3) of the platform adds a quick filter on QSS and Spreadsheet Trader.

There are a raft of general enhancements too, as tab overflow has been improved. The font rendering on non-retina displays has also been enhanced. Further, the platform has updated some widget names and icons.

The preceding version of the platform (version 4.2) offered improvements for fans of technical analysis, as parabolic study was added to charts. Trend and ray pointer tools were also introduced. In terms of general enhancements, another fractional price format – solidus, was added.

The version of CQG Desktop released in April enhanced charts, in particular – data displays, as the cursor value box now shows data for last bar in view.

Users will also probably notice the reduced width of the left navigation bar, as well as the addition of last trade price column to Positions widget.

That version (4.1) of the platform also added an exchange column in Quote SpreadSheet (QSS) and Spreadsheet Trader. Further, users of the platform gained the ability to remove settlement prices from Time and Sales. Another enhancement is the addition of coloring for aggressor in Time and Sales.

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