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                                                   How to always lock a 'linked chart' to the latest bar?


2021-02-14 21:49:01

This is when we have multiple charts with symbol link.
For example, when we click on a monthly chart at the bar for October 2013, the daily chart will also change to display bars till 1-October-2013. Is there a way to avoid this? I mean, all charts should be till the latest bar.

2021-02-16 09:51:59


No, for this you need to remove the symbol link.

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