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Obuli Govindaraju
2011-10-22 11:13:57


Is it possible to draw stuff through the scripts from the script editor. I am unable to find any API's to do so.

Or should I use Create Functions to accomplish any plotting?



QuantShare
2011-10-23 05:43:47

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Which script editor are you referring to?


Obuli Govindaraju
2011-10-23 10:11:04

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I am referring to Script Manager or Tools > Script Editor


QuantShare
2011-10-24 04:41:24

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Best Answer
Yes it is possible.

Here is an example:

Chart chart = Charts.GetSelectedChart();
PaneObject pane = chart.Panes[0].CreatePaneObject("Pane");
int endIndex = chart.ChartData.EndIndex;
double value = chart.ChartData.GetTimeSeries("close")[endIndex];

ArrowObj arrow = pane.DrawArrow("Arrow1", endIndex+1, value, endIndex+1, value);
arrow.Line.Color = Color.Blue;

pane.Update();



Obuli Govindaraju
2011-10-24 14:15:19

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Great! So where do I find documentation for this drawing objects? I couldn't find it by clicking on the Help below the editor.


QuantShare
2011-10-25 05:16:17

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After you click on "pane.", a list of available functions is displayed in a list box (Help will be updated very soon)


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