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Demo and Real on one MT4 platform?
valsakutarej

Пользователь с Nov 27, 2009  10 сообщений Valsa Kutarej (valsakutarej) Dec 02 2009 at 10:03
Hello,

I like to know whethet it is possible to have Demo and Real Account (the same provider) in one platform ?
In the case it is possible please let me know to set up platfrom for sending results ?

I suppose that I need use your script and both Account must be with Connection Type: Myfxbook EA

Am I right ?

Thank you for reply

Staff

Пользователь с Jul 31, 2009  1385 сообщений Ethan (Staff) Dec 02 2009 at 10:59
You can just use the publisher for both accounts.

You would have to run two instances of MetaTrader if you want both accounts to update at the same time.

You can read more here:
https://www.myfxbook.com/community/new-traders/publish-more-than-one-account/7501#?pt=2&p=1&o=7501

valsakutarej

Пользователь с Nov 27, 2009  10 сообщений Valsa Kutarej (valsakutarej) Dec 02 2009 at 12:04
thank you for link....all clear now

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