@ErocFXservices this seemed to work for me until Build 625 on Monday. Since then changed back to the EA and have seen very strange activity. I've been working today to reset all accounts and make sure all the EA's are updated to 1.7.3. For some very strange reason, I have a handful of live accounts that will not update. I've tried both the .exe installer and manual install, but they will not update to 1.7.3. For these accounts, they are showing as updating on Myfxbook, but I have confirmed that they are not actually updating. If anyone has any experience with accounts like this that are not updating to 1.7.3, I would appreciate any direction...
Okay and why is that none of the myfxbook tech support couldnt figure out why mine wasnt working. You think you know what your talking about but you dont. I tried everything and the last thing that worked was deleting portfolio. Setting it back up.. sooooo when i say something its true because i actually try to solve the problem instead ignoring it
ErocFXservices posted: Okay and why is that none of the myfxbook tech support couldnt figure out why mine wasnt working. You think you know what your talking about but you dont. I tried everything and the last thing that worked was deleting portfolio. Setting it back up.. sooooo when i say something its true because i actually try to solve the problem instead ignoring it
You had an old EA which was the source for the issue. The fact that you deleted the account hadn't made a difference; you've switched to the autoupdate mode which made the actual difference.
odyssey posted: MT4 publisher stopped working for me, since the last 12 hours. I didn't change anything from my side. Waiting for it to fix itself.
I have the same problem too. No updates for over 12 hours. I tried to see if it was the Myfxbook expert advisor to be updated, but the version is identical. Does anyone have news? Then, it would be a good thing by Myfxbook put a notice on the homepage when these events happen.
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