Standalone panels are the minor elements of any Workspace and they behave just like any usual PC window:
can be resized and positioned to any place on your screen;
can stick to each other within their borders when they close enough;
can stick its size to repeat the dimensions of other panels, while resizing;
can be collapsed to the OS taskbar as usual windows
Each panel has its own context menu, situated on the left upper corner, right before the Panel’s title.
This menu usually consists of following functions:
Link. Allows linking several panels by common symbol using the Color definition. Just select one link color in two panels and they will have a synchronized symbol parameter. Once linkage is applied, the panel’s title will be colored to the respective color.
Create panel. Opens a new panel by the current symbol
Duplicate panel. Just creates one more totally similar panel.
Save as template. Customize the panel, combine in a group or Bind and save as template.
Save as default. Each panel type has its own settings by Default. You can tune them whatever you want and even make your personal defaults. Just select “Set as Default” option, and Quantower will store your current panel’s settings and will apply them for each newly opened panel of this type.
Setup Actions (only for table panels like Watchlist, Time & Sales, Positions, Working Orders etc.). This option allows you to set Alerts and advanced filtering to values in the table.
Export Data. Saving the data from a chart or table to an external CSV file. You can save Price data, indicator values, values in tables.
Make Screenshot. Creates and copies a screenshot of the panel to the clipboard for its further paste into the social network.
Help. If you have questions about working with the panel or specific functionality, click on this link and you will immediately redirect to the documentation for this panel.
Settings. Personal settings per each panel. Opens a Settings screen where you can tune your panel as you like and then, in case of need, save these settings as Defaults.