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Candle Time.

How can I see candle time in CQG QTrader?

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How can I see candle time in CQG QTrader?

It's not straightforward but you need to right-click on the chart border (where the red star is marked on the picture) and then you will see it.

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I would like to see the time since bar opened.

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I would like to see the time since bar opened.

The CQG study you want is SecSinceBarOp


This should get you started

https://futures.io/elite-trading-journals/38925-old-tiger-snow-trading-journal-166.html#post585123


EDIT: I just realized the post above is in an Elite thread so you cannot access it right now. By forum's rules I can't copy and paste that post's contents here.

But my advice to use SecSinceBarOp still stands.

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The CQG study you want is SecSinceBarOp


This should get you started



EDIT: I just realized the post above is in an Elite thread so you cannot access it right now. By forum's rules I can't copy and paste that post's contents here.

But my advice to use SecSinceBarOp still stands.

Thank you. But, i would like to see in time and second, like Multicharts and Sierra - with this indicator I can only see the minutes without the seconds.

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Thank you. But, i would like to see in time and second, like Multicharts and Sierra - with this indicator I can only see the minutes without the seconds.

You can - it's just a matter of coding an indicator that performs a simple arithmetical operation to change seconds > 60 into how many minutes have elapsed. Depends on your level of familiarity with creating indicators. It's generally simple with CQG. Their technical support can also provide guidance on how to do it.

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You can - it's just a matter of coding an indicator that performs a simple arithmetical operation to change seconds > 60 into how many minutes have elapsed. Depends on your level of familiarity with creating indicators. It's generally simple with CQG. Their technical support can also provide guidance on how to do it.

So, do I need to make an indicator? Is there no in CQG Q?

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So, do I need to make an indicator? Is there no in CQG Q?

By the sound of what you are after, probably yes.

It just occurred to me that there is another study, MinSinceBarOp that shows minutes.

My take is, it's a matter of combining the two to get what you need.



Again, contact CQG Technical Support - they may be able to help you with that.

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