Who is up for an Easter Egg hunt with Multicharts.net framework? Anyone anyone? Still waiting?

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Who is up for an Easter Egg hunt with Multicharts.net framework? Anyone anyone? Still waiting?

Someone responded on me moving on from Multicharts.net via email:
This is the worst news I could expect from you. I really liked the idea of Multicharts .NET being the platform on which all will be built.
Now, all that excitement has vanished.
I don’t know what to think.
Feel disappointed.
My Response:
Hey. If you are into Easter Egg hunts with an undocumented framework. Go for it. I don’t have time to waste as said in this video:

Youtube video on Hit limitations of multicharts.net framework and pinvoke in Microsoft .NET DLLs

I don’t expect my membership to go through the same punishment. There are pros and cons of everything but I seriously spent nearly a week on this software. I just wish they documented and had better training resources available. Expecting me to fork over $1500 is just another form of punishment I don’t want to put myself through. Even Big Mike at Bigmiketrading.com moved away from it for some unknown reason but I am suspecting why.


NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!
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