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Excellent Utility, I accidentally stumbled upon this thread and am stunned to see the work you have done. Looks very innovative concept to me and I am curious to try this. If it is working exactly as desired I will call this one of the best open source tool I have seen for Automated trading.

I was working on something similar using Zerodha Kite API but it appears that Kite API is not yet stable and isn't working seamlessly.

Is there documentation available for OrderMan? Something that will help in getting started without much knowledge of HotKey?

Again really appreciate the work, great job.
IF you mean in terms of code structure, there isn't. I tried to put some basic comments in code itself, but there isnt any overall view documentation - you will have open it up and experiment. AHK has very good reference and has basic syntax similar to C. Scite is a decent IDE for it with debugging support ( somewhat buggy but nothing major )

Using AHK is just a temporary workaround - A proper tested and supported api will always be better and will also reduce our work. Hopefully in future i will move on to using a good ordering api but for now this works.


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IF you mean in terms of code structure, there isn't. I tried to put some basic comments in code itself, but there isnt any overall view documentation - you will have open it up and experiment. AHK has very good reference and has basic syntax similar to C. Scite is a decent IDE for it with debugging support ( somewhat buggy but nothing major )

Using AHK is just a temporary workaround - A proper tested and supported api will always be better and will also reduce our work. Hopefully in future i will move on to using a good ordering api but for now this works.
I always hoped that Zerodha would take care of the technology around trading .. probably it will not take much long until we have algo trading and autotrading available to the retail public without the exorbitant costs.
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IF you mean in terms of code structure, there isn't. I tried to put some basic comments in code itself, but there isnt any overall view documentation - you will have open it up and experiment. AHK has very good reference and has basic syntax similar to C. Scite is a decent IDE for it with debugging support ( somewhat buggy but nothing major )

Using AHK is just a temporary workaround - A proper tested and supported api will always be better and will also reduce our work. Hopefully in future i will move on to using a good ordering api but for now this works.
Dear Tracerbullet,

Thanks for the hard work on this. My understanding is that the AmiB buy/sell signal is read and order placed in Nest/Now.
Is there any sample video on actual trades happening created yet?

Thanks in advance.
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Thanks for the hard work on this. My understanding is that the AmiB buy/sell signal is read and order placed in Nest/Now.
No, You can manually pick prices from AB. This is meant for managing trade as a group of orders and not for automation.

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No, Snake head created some help info somewhere in thread.

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Also note that i updated it recently to use constant risk based sizing. If you need old points based inputs, then take it from here. This wont be updated.
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Hi Tracer Bullet ! Thanks for Order Man.Trying to download it but the link of Dropbox is not working.

Will it work with Nest Version 3.11.4.6 of TSO?
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Hi Tracer Bullet ! Thanks for Order Man.Trying to download it but the link of Dropbox is not working.

Will it work with Nest Version 3.11.4.6 of TSO?
Take it from github link in 1st post. I use it with NOW, Nest can work but you will have to modify settings if needed. TSO was usable i think.
Note that latest code uses constant risk based system instead of points. If you want that then there is an older release in github releases.
Also beware that this is not necessarily stable and has few pending bugs to fix. Its tested as much as i can test it while trading.
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with TSOL nest ver 3.13 order man is giving error "Unable to open BUY/Sell", but if the Buy order entry window is kept open then it fires the order. I used the spy as well as checked the NEST.AHK file, but it seems that due to the addition of icon before the buy order entry in 3.13 Nest, it is unable to identify. what to do in this case.
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with TSOL nest ver 3.13 order man is giving error "Unable to open BUY/Sell", but if the Buy order entry window is kept open then it fires the order. I used the spy as well as checked the NEST.AHK file, but it seems that due to the addition of icon before the buy order entry in 3.13 Nest, it is unable to identify. what to do in this case.
You will have to try to find workarounds if one way of opening menu does not work.
Look at AHK docs, and then try to write small AHK program that invokes menu. If unable, another way is to use shortcuts F1/F2 or by scrolling through marketwatch and right click.

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