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JC
2019-03-12 08:59:29


Can someone tell me how the automatic setting is calculated on the P&F chart type?
ie what setting is it
traditionally there are only two settings,
one is user-defined, the other is a variable percentage box size

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2019-03-13 03:54:12

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The automatic setting refers to variable percentage box size while the user-defined allows you to define the box size.


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