I know programming is seldom so simple, but...
Wouldn't it be great if the block of code that displays the "Stop and Targets" area, and its adjacent area for 1, 2, or 3-step "Exit Mode" could be duplicated, so that if one clicks on that title it would toggle to read something like "Pull Backs for Scale-ins" and "Entry mode", also still for 1, 2, or 3-steps
The same 4 tic-amount slots would be there, but now labeled "Stp", "E1", "E2", and "E3". E1 could default to 0 (zero) for 1-step entries, but E2 or E3 could each be set to PB's; (user's additional stop-limit entry points) if their 1st lot takes a little heat before moving on to user's targets. The "Stp" would be set to the total tic/pip loss risk -- if user had gone "all-in" in the 1st place, and it would close all 3 (or 2) lots with the one stop.
A wonderful way to pre-plan extra wiggle room, without having to calculate the actual price of those entries in fast markets -- with the same justifications as Bracket Trader setting your targets with such dependable semi-automation Thanks for considering, Larry.