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Closed Feature request MC-571

Up & Down Volume on RENKO charts

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icon_info.png This issue has been closed with status "Released" and resolution "Not determined".

Up and Down Volume can't be used with RENKO charts because renko bricks use ticks (summation of total ticks) instead of Up and Down volume. This feature is useful with Volume analysis and Volume Delta analysis, but Volume Delta can't be applied with renko bricks because of Renko uses ticks and total ticks and not Volume.
Can you add Up and Down Volume with Renko or all the others charing modules (Kagi, 3 line break and so on) ?

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Attached I've add a picture which plots Cumulative Volume Delta (blue line) on a 3 point charts and on a RENKO (0.0003) on a 6EU1 future.
As you can see, the behaviour of Cumulative Volume Delta is different.

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    MultiCharts 9.1 (RELEASED)
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    renko vs point.png uploaded Sep 01, 2011 by CrazyNasdaq
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