Got it - thank you.
It's working fine now.
Just one more question before I jump into the topic-specific forums, if I may.
It's about my interpretation of the logic - it could be semantics, not sure.
Let's suppose I want to test a very simple strategy that (for sake of example) enters EURUSD 1D Long at the previous daily bar's high or Short at the previous daily bar's low. It then exits at the end of the daily bar, regardless of profit or loss. There is no TP and the SL is set at the other end of the previous bar's range (the SL for the long position is at the previous daily bar's low, and vice versa). That's it.
I believe I have Strategy Properties (Nothing/Reverse/None/None) and Closing figured out. For Closing the "Closing Point of the Position" is "Day Closing" and given it's nature, there is no logic. And then I'm not sure if "Reverse" is truly necessary as a property since it is stopping out and opening a new position at that point anyway.
But it's the Opening Point and Logic that I can't determine.
Do I set the "Point" to Previous High/Low and then have no logic? OR, do I set the "Point" to Bar Opening, and then choose High/Low as my logic?
But in either scenario, it must not be working because when I open up the Overview, I can immediately glance at the number of trades and tell that it isn't generating correctly (I don't know the exact number of course in reality, but a very high percentage of the time - maybe 90% - a given daily bar breaks the previous day's high or low - so the number of trades should be very close to the number of days that my Data Horizon spans - but it's not the case).
I have taken the careful time to review every click within the very robust User's Manual, and cannot quite put a finger on it.
Finally, suppose that I just want to test this strategy with these parameters in the purest sense - in other words, at least initially, I do not want to optimize it - how can I prevent these several different Logic elements popping up over the course of the Generate?