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Closed Bug report MC-667

Overlayed Plot Problem while using data2

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Description

MC_ V7.1B1, 4695
While showing two instruments on one chart, and then creating a study which uses data1 and data2, the plotting of data1 gets numbers way out of the plot range. To illustrate, I've narrowed it down to the following:
This plots D1 with no problems.
inputs:
  D1(Close of data1);
Plot1(D1, "Try1");
However, this randomly plots sky-high values (such as 1.05e+292). 
inputs:
   D1(Close of data1),
   D2(Close of data2);
Plot1(D1, "Try1");
See attached screen shot. I've looked through the forum, but couldn't find anyone else having this problem. Do I have something set up wrong?
Thanks in advance,
Roesm

Steps to reproduce this issue

Open a chart as shown in attachment.

Comments (2)
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user-offline.png  Dave (Dave)
Oct 24, 2011 - 22:46

As a workaround, please disable Skip Identical Ticks option in Format Study --> Properties.

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user-offline.png  roesm (roesm)
Oct 24, 2011 - 23:48

That works. Thanks for the quick response. Much appreciated!

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