Conditional colouring of slope on JTHMA

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Conditional colouring of slope on JTHMA

Postby Geoff » 21 Apr 2009

I use a moving average that colour codes the line to identify up or down slope.

In v5 beta 5 it always colours the current plot as down.
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Postby TJ » 21 Apr 2009

that's the "default" color you have set in the Format Study.

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Postby Geoff » 21 Apr 2009

Thanks for pointing that out TJ. In previous versions this was overridden by the colouring in the code. I guess I could always change the colour in the Format Study dialogue every time the slope changes.

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Re: Conditional colouring of slope on MA

Postby Marina Pashkova » 28 Apr 2009

I use a moving average that colour codes the line to identify up or down slope.

In v5 beta 5 it always colours the current plot as down.


Hi Geoff,

If you are talking about the section of the plot based on the current bar, this is a bug that will be fixed in one of the next versions.

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Re: Conditional colouring of slope on MA

Postby Geoff » 28 Apr 2009

Hi Geoff,

If you are talking about the section of the plot based on the current bar, this is a bug that will be fixed in one of the next versions.


Yes I am talking about the current bar, being able to see quickly when the slope changes is reason for using conditional colouring.

Thanks,
Geoff


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