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Juliettpapa
2011-05-10 12:41:13


When adding an indicator to a pane, this new indicator should indicate the pane's chart

i. e. i have a pane with the momentum. When adding an ema, it must be the ema of the momentum, not the chart.
Only the first indicator in a new pane is an indicator of the chart.

http://screencast.com/t/QRcOSC1ODwE

example in tradesignal:
http://screencast.com/t/cNnDFot4e

Or like in Tradesignal: when i have more than one pane and i add an indicator the program "asks" where to add it (which pane).

Regards
Joerg



QuantShare
2011-05-11 05:16:27



What you are adding to your pane are formulas (not exactly indicators). A formula can contain one or several indicators.

To create for example an EMA based on the momentum indicator, click on "Add Indicator" (first icon on chart), select EMA, click on the "+" icon near "close" parameter then select Momentum.



Juliettpapa
2011-05-11 12:52:19



Hm, a little bit tricky.
Would be better if the indicator (or formula) would ask when adding it.



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