- [A] From the "Search" menu of the Desktop Toolbar, select "New Live Search". This will open in a new empty floating window.
- [B] From this Search window's "Configuration" menu, select "Change Search". This will open the "Search Configuration" window for this Search. Choose a "Template" (or start from scratch). In this simple case we chose "Movers" template.
- [C] Switch to "Advanced" editor mode.
- [D] This template has two "Search Conditions", being a minimum price and a maximum price. Note that the group is "All of", meaning that all of these conditions must be met for an asset to show in the search results.
- [E] Select the row of the first condition. It will expand to show the attributes for this condition. Set the minimum value for your price range (in this case 0.11). Similarly select the second condition and set the maximum value.
- [F] Select the "Add a Condition" button. This will add a third search condition, and expand it ready for editing.
- [G] Select this "Ticks" item from the list. Also set the appropriate Comparison and Type settings. So this condition means: show assets that are zero or more ticks above yesterday's Close price during either market or auction phases. If you also want a maximum number of Ticks (e.g. 5), then add another search condition similar to the above, but using "Less than or equal to".
- [H] Select this left-hand side of a condition to De-activate or Delete.
- [I] Select the Apply button, and see the results of your live search continuously updating.
- [J] Close this search configuration window (or select Close from its configuration menu).
- [K] Save this Search and provide a suitable name.
- [L] Dock this new search window. Alternatively close it, then use the Search menu of teh Desktop Toolbar to drag-and-drop this search from your list onto an existing search window to change searches.
Tip: View the configuration of the system searches to see how other more comprehensive search conditions and groupings are achieved. The configuration of another search window (e.g. Mids) can be opened while also editing your one - the configuration of each search is separate.
None of this information can be used as financial advice.