Click the 'Hybrid JFX/MT4 Installers' tab. Then select the product you wish to install from the table - your download should start automatically
Open up the zip package you've just downloaded, run the installer and install the package in the MT4 Data Folder
(Use the MT4 'Open Data Folder' option to very quickly identify the MT4 Data Folder location, you'll see the path to the folder at the top of the explorer window... if you right click on the path you can select "copy address as text" from the dropdown selection.. then you can simply paste the MT4 Data Folder into the installer text field).
Do NOT install the package in the MT4 indicators or experts folders!
If you want to always allow DLL imports make a global change in the MT4 option menu. To do so - in MT4 click 'Tools' / 'Options' and then select the 'Expert Advisors' tab. Now make sure 'Allow DLL imports' is ticked as shown below. This will always ensure "Allow DLL imports" is selected on product load.
Standard MT4 templates are not specific to timeframes but rather ALL timeframes for the asset in question. If you try to use MT4 templates to hold JFX parameter data all that will happen is the template will load the JFX Indicator/EA which will then search for the underlying control file in the MT4 files folder. If no parameter file is found for the specific timeframe the JFX indicator/EA will use the default parameter settings for the JFX product.
The JFX tools have a much more granular approach then the standard MT4 templates system but if you do want to simulate the MT4 'ALL timeframe' template based approach you can use the JFX Profiles option where you copy a saved JFX profile to all timeframes for the specific asset - you can also perform a blanket profile copy to all timeframes on all charts which are running the specific JFX based product
Sometimes the Java file associations get messed up on your machine. The most obvious sign you have a problem with file associations is where you double click the Java Interface for the first time and Windows thinks the MT4 Data Folder is a 'Windows/System 32' file. The easiest way to resolve this issue is to run a utility program called JarFix this was developed by Johann N. Löfflmann and you can view the details of his utlity here. You may also see the error message in the screenshot above which indicates your Java file associations aren't correct on your machine. Jarfix will resolve these issues. Once you've run Jarfix simply re-load the Java interface by double clicking on the 'FXA_JFX_Interface.jar' file in your MT4 Data Folder.
Then navigate to your MT4 Data Folder. The easy way to get to the MT4 Data Folder in MT4 is:-
|Click 'File' and then 'Open Data Folder'|
|The path to the MT4 Data folder is shown in the highlighted section at top of the Windows Explorer window as shown in the screenshot below|
|The easiest way to get the folder data is to right click in the MT4 Data Folder area (the highlit section in the screenshot above) and select "copy address as text". Then you can simply paste the MT4 Data Folder address directly into the Java interface|
Make sure you have loaded the appropriate JFX indicator or EA onto every chart you want to control using the JFX interface and ticked the 'Allow DLL Imports' in the common tab. See 'How do I enable 'Allow DLL imports'?'
Make sure the Data path is correct in the JFX interface - See 'How do I set the Data Path?'
If Windows UAC is running on your machine - Windows will virtualize the MT4 Data folder... so your MT4 Data folder will look something similar to:-
The AppData folder is a hidden folder so if you can't see it in Windows Explorer you will need to change your Folder Options in Windows... Here's a video of how to do this if you want to navigate to it.