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Posted by Bob Jarvis on January 17, 2001 at 22:00:03:

In Reply to: Re: Vanishing trendline posted by Ray on January 17, 2001 at 13:11:35:

: : : Hi Mark,
: : : Another problem I've noticed with trendlines in technical analysis. When you draw a trendline on the lower graph then change to another security and return to the original security the trendline vanishes. The tabulation of the trendline remains, however, the line ifselt is gone.

: : : Ray

: : Hi Ray,
: : I'm guessing that this is because you have "Options/Markers/Trendlines"
: : turned off? You can still draw a trendline with markers turned off, so it
: : will display when you draw it, but the next time the screen redraws, if you
: : have this type of marker turned off, it won't be drawn.

: : Thanks,
: : Mark
: : --
: : Mark Beiley
: :
: : Fund Manager for Windows

: :
: :

: Hi Mark,
: I checked the settings, the "Options/Markers/Trendlines" is turned on.
: I also checked the color settings. The background is black and the trendline is set to yellow. The trendlines on the upper graph are fine, however, when drawn on the lower graph they still vanish.

: Thanks,
: Ray

Congrats on a great product. I have the opposite problem. I have drawn trendlines on the RSI graph, and they stay there for all the technical indicators - and are meaningless for those of course. Additionally to solving this problem I would like a permanent line drawn on the RSI graph at 50, above or below 50 having some meaning. Perhaps the current RSI value could also be displayed.

Re trend lines on the upper graph, these can be only drawn to the current edge. As time moves on they need to be extended, and the Edit feature does not allow that option. I have been deleting the trend line and then redrawing it, so its not a major problem.

Regarding adjusting the horizontal axis, Pro does not allow "revert to full history". Can this be reintroduced as an additional feature?



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