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Limit order getting filled twice

Hi,

Running this with multiple symbols locally I get a limit order for YINN being filled twice at two different prices.

Not sure why, since I don't seem to make a new limit order?

YINN doesn't seem to be part of the symbol database here, so it is difficult to test here.
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A Homer Simpson "Doh!" moment.

I have to get used to the StopLimit orders which can used in both directions, so I got filled twice by forgetting to set the quantity to a negative value.
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Thanks for reporting back @Cristoffer! -- glad things are working as expected.
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