All active orders are listed in the Order Overview Panel and this is where you can close or modify orders. Orders are in an ascending list, the oldest orders are at the top of the list and new orders will be added to the bottom. If the number of orders exceeds the OrdersPerPage setting, pagination arrows at the bottom of the panel will appear, use these to find and any one of your orders.
In the header of the Order Overview Panel you can see a summary of the number of orders open, broken down by pending and market orders, current account balance, margin and equity.
The left side of the panel provides you with information about the orders such as order type, order open price, lot size, profit and profit in pips.
On the right side of the panel you can perform operations with the orders and these are:
Deleting Stoploss/Takeprofit levels
Click on the red X button next to the StopLoss or Takeprofit value and the Stoploss/Takeprofit level for the selected order will be removed.
Setting or reinstating Stoploss/Takeprofit levels
If you have mistakenly deleted the Stoploss/Takeprofit levels you can simply reinstate them kby clicking on the + button next to the StopLoss or Takeprofit value and the Stoploss/Takeprofit level for the selected order will be set. The value for the SL/TP to be set comes from the Main Panel and is applied to the current price (not to the order open price).
Modifying Stoploss/Takeprofit levels
You can easily modify the Stoploss/Takeprofit levels for any order by clicking on the Modify button. Two vertical lines representing the Stoploss and Takeprofit levels will appear on the chart (blue line for Takeprofit and red line for Stoploss), just drag and drop these to the levels you desire and click on the accept button. Don’t worry if you don’t see an accept button in your Order Management Panel, it only appears after you have clicked on the Modify button.
In addition to the above when you modify a pending order a yellow line will also appear, this represent the order open price. As above you can simply drag and drop the line to a new level and click the Accept button to save the changes.
Break even (BE button)
Once an order is in profit you can use this button to quickly set the stoploss level to the order open price.
Close an order
To close an order simply click on the Close button for that order.
Partially close an order
To partially close an order enter the number of lots you want to close in the input field right to the close button and click on close. The selected number of lots will be closed and the remainder will stay open.