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schhay
2021-05-23 21:33:03


I've got an indicator containing both positive & negative values. These values are automatically plotted by system in a way the 0 value appears at or near
the bottom of the chart.

How do I make the 0 value consistently appear at the middle of the chart, evenly straddled by positive & negative values? Thanks.



QuantShare
2021-05-24 11:07:09

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Maybe you add the indicator in a pane that contains other indicators and thus they are sharing the scale.
You can instruct the plotted line to use its own scale.

Example:
a = rsi(14);
Plot(a, "RSI", colorRed, ChartLine, StyleOwnScale);



schhay
2021-05-25 01:25:26

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Thanks for the info.

The zero line moves all over the place depending on the ticker.



QuantShare
2021-06-01 10:34:33

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If you still have issues, please contact support at quantshare dot com with a screenshot showing the issue.


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