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Open Feature request MC-1610

decimal precision for indicators in price chart

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When plotting a study in a price chart, there is currently no way to be able to plot the study using the price scale AND be able to modify the decimal precision of the study's displayed value, independent of the decimal precision of the price .
As an example, when creating a chart of YM, there are no values to the right of the decimal point to be displayed in the price scale; YM only trades in whole points.
It would be great to be able to plot a moving average on YM using the price scale, but with the option to have the moving average value display with, say, two numbers to the right of the decimal point. So if YM is plotting at 16100, and the moving average value is actually 16150.89, then both price and the moving average are plotted where their values indicate they should be on the price chart.
It would seem that the fix would be to be able to set the study's scaling option for "Same as Instrument" and enable the "No. of digits after decimal" option for any study inserted into the price chart. Currently, the "No. of digits after decimal" option is grayed out. when using the "Same as Instrument" scaling option.

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