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Open Feature request MC-295

Invisible lines affect scaling & can be clicked on

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Description

Lines that are plotted as "invisible" still affect the scaling of the indicator. Often I want to use invisible plots to show calculations like slope on the data/data tip window/s. These invisible calculations often cause an undesirable compression of my screen scaling.
Also, the invisible lines can still be clicked on to select the indicator, leading to confusion.

Steps to reproduce this issue

On an indicator with multiple lines that go to the edges of the screen, especially one where one line is usually farther out than the other, make the line that more often goes to the edges invisible.  Notice that the scaling is still based on it despite the fact that it is invisible.  Click where the invisible indicator is plotted.  Notice that this selects the indicator and draws selection boxes on the invisible indicator's plot.

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user-offline.png  Alex MultiCharts (Alex MultiCharts)
Apr 26, 2011 - 11:32

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  • /pm/public/files/show/131
    Notice the selected invisible lines are squishing the visible line to being nearly unreadable uploaded Apr 21, 2011 by mechtrader (mechtrader)
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