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Postby york timothy » 21 Jan 2009

Is it possible to have 2 indicators in the same pane with MC, specifically, the CCI and the TSI? Thank you.

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Postby TJ » 21 Jan 2009

yes.

1. just click and drag it to the other pane.

or

2. go to Format Study> Properties> SubChart
and choose the pane you want it in.

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Postby TJ » 21 Jan 2009

p.s.

1. they will have independent scale

2. someone posted a routine to sync the zero line...
(sorry, can't find it at the moment. maybe someone can post the link)

or,

3. you can make the scale fixed... then the 2 indicators will have the same zero line.

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Postby york timothy » 21 Jan 2009

p.s.

1. they will have independent scale

2. someone posted a routine to sync the zero line...
(sorry, can't find it at the moment. maybe someone can post the link)

or,

3. you can make the scale fixed... then the 2 indicators will have the same zero line.


Thanks again TJ, as you can tell I'm not very computer literate. I appreciate your help.

Kindest regards,

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Postby RobotMan » 21 Jan 2009

Hi Tim,
go here:
http://forum.tssupport.com/viewtopic.php?p=23425

But you will need to be able to program in Powerlanguage to get it to work.

Hint: just about every oscillator is an XAverage compared to another xAverage by either subtracting, dividing or using the Log. They are used to filter out "noise". Ie: they all pretty much say the same thing, just at different frequencies.

You can compare the CCI to the Ergodic to the True Strength Index to TRIX to MACD and if you remove the chart status line, you might not be able to tell which one is which... Then your head explodes. Have fun. :D


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