TASC Magazine Indicators: v.2010.4.0.1
Author: thodder
Creation Date: 5/4/2010 4:22 PM
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thodder

#1
Is the latest version of TASCIndicators setup correctly on the host site? I have TASCIndicators installed, and the latest version in Extension Manager shows it as 2009.12.0.0. The update button is disabled indicating that I have the latest version; however, I see there is a 2010.4.0.1 version that has been released. I wanted to use the Bollinger %b and it is not in my Indicator dialog (that's how I discovered I have an older version).
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Cone

#2
Applies to: Wealth-Lab Pro
In general, Fidelity-Supported Extensions are only those that are "included in" or "targeted" for a particular WL Pro Release build. Since this is a "between-release" update of TASCIndicators, it's not supported or approved by Fidelity. If you want it, you need to use the manual download method from this site and install using the wle file. After you do that, you'll notice that TASCIndicators will appear under "Other Extensions | Indicators".
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thodder

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Thanks Cone!

I assume the manual download is a one time action which will move the TASCIndicators library to the "Other Extensions" section. In the future, I expect to be able to use the Extension Manager for updates between Fidelity releases now that it is no longer a "Fidelity Supported" indicator (after I do the manual update).

That seemed to do the trick. Now I can see the latest indicators in TASCIndicators.
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Cone

#4
The next WLP installation will automatically overwrite TASCIndicators.dll with the latest version. At that time you'll be back to a Fidelity-Supported Extension.
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thodder

#5
Good to know... but a nuisance.

If Fidelity won't allow "Fidelity Supported" indicators to be updated between releases, it would be nice if Fidelity would drop it from their install so it can remain in the "Other Extensions" section. That would allow the TASCIndicators library to be updated to match the release of the TASC magazine. It sounds more important that it matches the magazine than the WLP release... or am I being too logical.