The data-resolution of a plotted price series can be included in the plot-status-line in the 'Sub-Chart' #1. However, there is no way (now) to look at the study-indicator sub-charts and 'see' which (of possibly several) data-series-resolution is being used for that indicator-study.
This becomes a 'problem' whenever there are multiple resolution time-series embedded into the same plot, and the user might want to set the data# parameter for any given sub-plot indicator to a different data-resolution, at different times. Unless, the user does a manual-format operation again, it is not really obvious to the user what data# (or resolution label, e.g., "10Min", "1Hr, "2Hr", etc) is associated with any given plot.
So, my suggestion is to add a check box to the 'StatusLine' tab of the 'Format Window' dialog. That check box would logically be at the end of the current list, just after "Study Values", and maybe could be labeled as "Study Resolution".
Please Add Data-Resolution description to study-plots
Questions about MultiCharts and user contributed studies.
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No, that is a different topic [re: Resolution Linking]. The topic of my comments is about adding to plot-'status' description the resolution of the data series that any indicator-study is associated with, at any given time. Thus making it easier to identify what data series #, or better yet, the data resolution as time-units.