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But I don't think that an abbreviation is more suitable while full name is more recognizable and fits well in tag length limit.

Also common isn't used at all. Similarly to new, 5 version of MT - ,

What do you think? In my opinion, common is the best.

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Some of those, like and , seem perfectly equivalent, so a tag synonym relationship should be created. I don't know anything about MetaTrader though, so I don't know if it's the kind of product where merging different versions into one synonym relationship is appropriate.

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