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Postby guest » 22 Feb 2006

Hi Dennis, when I open up the charts, I can see the bars but no prices can be seen (except on the right hand side of the Y axis)...How do I go about inserting prices in the chart itself ? In Ensign, I insert Pesavanto Patterns...

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Re: Chart Price

Postby Stanley Miller » 22 Feb 2006

guest wrote:Hi Dennis, when I open up the charts, I can see the bars but no prices can be seen (except on the right hand side of the Y axis)...How do I go about inserting prices in the chart itself ? In Ensign, I insert Pesavanto Patterns...


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Could you please post here a picture which demonstrates what you mean by "prices in the chart itself "? In would be really helpful. Thanks

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Postby guest » 22 Feb 2006

Hi Stanley,

this is my third time trying to post the chart...

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Postby guest » 22 Feb 2006

apparently I can't add the attachment...should I email you the attachment instead?

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Postby Stanley Miller » 22 Feb 2006

What kind of attachment are you trying to add?

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Postby guest » 22 Feb 2006

just a screen shot of the chart that you want to send/attach

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Postby Stanley Miller » 22 Feb 2006

What kind of problems do you have when attach?

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Postby guest » 22 Feb 2006

it's a bitmap file...trying to send it directly to your email now...

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Postby Stanley Miller » 22 Feb 2006

I'm attaching your screenshot. Could you please now explain what you mean in further details? Thanks.
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Postby guest » 22 Feb 2006

In Ensign's charting, the highest point of this chart, would have a price "stamped" on the chart itself...That means, at the high, a price, of 1291.75 would be shown on the chart, without me haveing to use the pointer to point at it and check the price on the pointer...not sure if this explanation is clear...?

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Postby Stanley Miller » 22 Feb 2006

Could you please post the screenshot of Ensign's charting to demonstrate how it works?

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Postby guest » 22 Feb 2006

I sent the screen shot to your email...earlier about 3 hrs ago

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Postby Stanley Miller » 23 Feb 2006

For some reasons I haven't received that screenshot, all I have is MultiCharts screenshot I posted above.

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Postby guest » 23 Feb 2006

have resent the screen shot again...

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Postby Stanley Miller » 24 Feb 2006

Thanks. That prices are the part of the indicator, not the chart itself. You should contact Jerry War and ask him to add this if necessary.

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Postby guest » 24 Feb 2006

actually, Jerry's indicator is more of identifying oscillation highs, or lows...And his software tracks EVERY oscillation high and low. It is different from what I am asking.
What I am looking for is the " Price Stamping "...and at only certain Pivot highs or lows. This feature in Ensign is known as Pesavanto Patterns and it is a "free" indicator...
Jerry's work is a add-on in MultiCharts and I would need to pay for it...Can't MulitCharts incorporate this feature ?

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Postby Stanley Miller » 25 Feb 2006

If Pesavanto Patterns indicator works for Ensign it can be implemented for MultiCharts. You should look thru the existing EasyLanguage studies, most probably something like this has been already implemented.

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Postby guest » 25 Feb 2006

Stanley, I'm one person who is not very technical in nature, and am rather new to Multicahrts, and charting software as a whole...I understand basic features of charting but anything more indepth, would leave me in a bind ! Will check what this Easy Language Studies is all about, and whether I can understand how to use it in the first place, to get my original problem solved


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