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Open Feature request MC-400

A percentage automatic ajustment of Instrument bar margin to the right when resizing a chart

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Description

When having my charts maximized I like to have a 105 or 70 bar margin to the right depending on if I am using a 24" monitor or the laptop monitor. I always have my charts in a multi timeframe workspace setup and when resizing my charts, so all charts in the setup becomes "side by side", the instrument becomes barely visible with a few bars on the left with the bar margins I have mentioned.
I am wondering if you could make it so that MC automatically adjusts the bar margin to the right in a percentage ratio when charts are being resized to "side by side" in relation to how much percentage the right margin was when the charts where maximized? (Hope this was understandable : ) ) To check it out you can see how it works in MetaTrader 4.

Steps to reproduce this issue

Setup three charts in a workspace with 105 bars as margin to the right on a 24" monitor. In menu bar "Window" menu, select "Side by Side".

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user-offline.png  Laurentius (Laurentius)
Feb 15, 2012 - 16:52

Thank you very much for implementing this into the new MC 8. It is just what I wished for.
Laurentius :)

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    Performance
  • Targeted for
    MultiCharts 8.0 (RELEASED)
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