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I currently use TradeStation EasyLanguage, but understand that MultiCharts code is very similar. Does anyone know of a way that I can open a MultiChart download file and open it up, even if just for simple viewing and printing?

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Doctor Leo
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PLA file format is XML which contains a byte-code of user studies. This byte-code is compatible with Multicharts only, so you have to have one installed to see it and convert it. No other way unfortunately. If you need to convert what you've downloaded just once why not installing a free trial of Multichatrs for this purpose?

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