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Open Feature request MC-115

P&F charts have unused resolution options

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A plotted P&F chart has tick/contract/point/change/second et c. resolution in Settings, but when anything other than tick or time-based resolution is selected, Multicharts plots a chart with tick resolution. However when a new chart is plotted via File -> New -> Chart Window, a P&F chart will only have tick and time-based resolution options.

Steps to reproduce this issue
  1. Right-click on a P&F chart -> Format Instruments -> Settings, choose contract or point resolution.
  2. Resolution is set to tick.
Comments (3)
user-offline.png  MultiCharts Support (MultiCharts)
Jan 19, 2011 - 19:30

Could you be more precise? Do you want contract, point and change resoluution available for P&F charts?

user-offline.png  txls (txls)
Jan 20, 2011 - 02:50

Well, either volume/range P&F charts, which would be rather interesting since no other software I'm aware of can do that, or just get rid of unused resolution types, as of now they don't do anything useful.

user-offline.png  txls (txls)
Jun 17, 2011 - 22:14

I see this's been implemented in MC7b4, thanks a lot.

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