Browser Access

Browser Access

Workspaces

Workspaces consist of a single window or collection of windows which can be toggled between using keyboard shortcuts or by using the drop down menu located in the top menu bar. Each window of a workspace can be populated with its own combination of widgets.

Each workspace begins with a single default window, named Main, but you can create additional windows within a workspace for more working area or to use separate windows for distinct purposes.

Each window is viewed individually within the workspace, and you can easily switch between the windows. You can use multiple windows within a workspace to:

  • Create separate windows for different markets
  • Add individual windows for trading related products (treasuries, energies, grains, etc.)
  • Dedicate windows to trading for specific accounts
  • Increase the effective area of a workspace so you are not constrained to the size of your physical display.

You can also also send widgets from one window to another.

Workspace Window Menu Bar

The workspace window menu bar appears at the top of each main window and provides access to general workspace functionality.

The main window menu bar includes the following:

  1. TT logo — Provides a link to the Trading Technologies website.
  2. File menu — Includes options for creating, opening, and managing workspaces and creating templates. Also provides access to information about your connection and includes an option to refresh the workspace in your browser.
  3. Edit menu — Provides access to your global settings and allows you to change trading environments.
  4. Widgets menu — Shows a list of all widgets currently available in your environment.
  5. Search — Allows you to search for products and instruments.
  6. Market Explorer — Allows you to find products and instruments.
  7. Opened widgets — Provides quick access to all widgets currently opened but minimized in your workspace.
  8. Windows selector — Allows you to add multiple windows and select existing windows within your workspace.
  9. Title bar clock — Displays the time at your current location.
  10. Save workspace — Saves the current layout of your workspace.
  11. Message center — Provides access to the Message Center.
  12. Support screen — Provides access to online documentation and TT Support.
  13. Connection status indicator — Shows your connection status.
  14. Lock screen icon — Allows you to lock and unlock your workspace.

Workspace Display

You can customize the look of your workspace through the Preferences.

From the Edit menu, select Preferences.

Note: Any changes you make will affect the current workspace as well as all other workspaces you have created.