Occasionally a bad tick, an error, or a gap in the price data causes a chart to plot improperly.
Reloading will redraw the chart based on a fresh set of data from the data source. In the process of reloading, a new set of data is downloaded from the data feed.
It is possible to reload the entire length of the data series or to reload only a certain number of days back. Any existing data, for which no replacement data is available from the data source, is retained.
Reloading the Entire Data Series
- Select View in the main menu, select Reload, and select Reload All Data, or
- Press CTRL+R using the keyboard.
Reloading Only a Number of Days Back
- Select View in the main menu and select Reload.
- Select the number of days back.
In addition to reloading the data for a single chart, all of the data, for some or all of the charts, can be reloaded by entering a Global Reload command into the Command Line toolbar.
- .rld glob
- .rld – reload command
- glob – an optional parameter; specifies a global reload
Examples.rld will reload the chart in the active window
.rld glob will reload all charts