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QuantShare Version 2.1.2 - Trading Software

Updated on 2010-12-28

This new version includes several bug fixes and minor changes such as:

- Ability to move a chart using the mouse left button (Drag & Drop using the right button)
- Added an AND operator in the symbols filter control
- Text added to a chart is now automatically updated when the mouse move over a chart (PrintChart function)
- Ability to update chart margin using UpdateSettings function
- Dynamically create databases and fields using the downloader (Content.SetDatabaseAndField function in the Pre-Script formula)
- Fixed buttons and inputs display when using a high DPI (Dots per inch) value
- Increased the output form limit

How to move a chart quotes and drag & drop formulas

In previous versions of QS Trading Software, dragging & dropping formulas was performed using the left mouse button. Starting from version 2.1.2, this operation can now be done using the right button, while the left button is used to move a chart quotes (Change the visible start and end dates of a chart).

Plot Text on a Chart

Here is a formula example that displays the 2-Bar and 14-Bar Relative Strength Index at the bottom of a chart. When the mouse move over a bar where the close price is higher than its 30-Bar simple moving average, then the back-color of the displayed text becomes black.

a = " RSI2: ".round(rsi(2), 2)."
RSI14: ".round(rsi(14), 2);
PrintChart(a, "Close", BottomLeft, colorRed, colorTransparent, colorTransparent, 250);
UpdatePrintSettings("BackColor", close > sma(30), 0);

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