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                                                   Is there a Go to Date option?


Obuli Govindaraju
2013-04-21 20:27:25

Is there a Go to Date option for the charts where I want to position my cursor on a particular candle that belongs to that date?

This will be very convenient when you are dealing with charts with multi-year data.

2013-04-22 09:35:53


Best Answer
Right click on the scroll bar of the chart (bottom) then click on "Select Start & End Dates".

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