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Open Feature request MC-377

Keep X Scale of Data1 when 'hidden' Data2 is in different time frame [Feature Request]

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with Data1 as a 5 minute chart and 'hidden' Data2 as a one minute or seconds chart, the Bar Spacing of the X Scale for Data1 takes on the time/spacing of Data2.
When Data2 is set to 'hide', can MC charts be made to work so that the Bar Spacing of Data1 will not be influenced by the interval of Data2?

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Data1 5 minute bars, 100 bars back, subchart#1
Data2 30 second bars, 20 bars back, hide [hidden]

Comments (4)
user-offline.png  Michael (Id2)
Jul 24, 2011 - 01:05

Basically the same but I want a 25tick chart that I can have a 5min MA on without the blank 5min bars showing up on the tick chart.

user-offline.png  Big Mike (ctrlbrk)
Aug 10, 2011 - 14:19

The X scaling problem exists even if you add a dataseries of the SAME time period, for example: data1=trade, data2=bid, data3=ask. The scaling becomes unusable, even when data2 and data3 are hidden. This is a critical bug preventing Cumulative Delta chart analysis from working.

user-offline.png  Big Mike (ctrlbrk)
Aug 10, 2011 - 14:24

Can't seem to edit my last entry. I wanted to clarify, that this can be reproduced on a chart type like a 6-range bar. When using a time based (ie: xx seconds) bar it seems to work as it should, but when using a bar type like volume, range, etc, it is broken.

user-offline.png  MultiCharts Support (MultiCharts)
Oct 02, 2013 - 10:05
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    MultiCharts 8.8 (RELEASED)
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