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Open Feature request MC-296

Link Scaling of Multiple Indicators on a Subchart

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Description

When dealing with multiple indicators, it is often useful to put them on the same subchart to save space. When they have similar scaling, such as when they are centered around zero, it would be good to be able to apply screen scaling to them as a group, rather than individually so that the zero line, etc line up. 
I often have to create custom indicators that combine several of my indicators on various settings so that I can have their scaling linked together. It would be very nice, and especially useful to people using locked indicators for which they don't have the source code, if the screen scaling of indicators could be linked so they are all plotted on the same scale.

Steps to reproduce this issue

Place two of the same screen scaled oscillators on a subchart with each having a different length setting.  Notice the scaling of each indicator is unaligned instead of the two sharing the same scale.

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user-offline.png  Alex MultiCharts (Alex MultiCharts)
Dec 09, 2014 - 12:53

"...it would be good to be able to apply screen scaling to them as a group..." - so far it is possible to set them all to "same a s instrument" and modify the scale of the instrument to affect both indicators.

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  • Type of issue
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  • Category
    Usability
  • Targeted for
    MultiCharts 9.0 (RELEASED)
  • Status
    Partially Implemented
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