There seems to be a increased interest in the Ichimoku chart in the forum and I am also fascinated by its characteristics.
The Ichimoku indicator has the ChikouSpan line which is shifted back 26 days. I was wondering if there was a way to modify the NT7 cursor so it gives you two sets of vertical lines (one indicating your current mouse position, second line shifted back 26 days to show you which part of the Chikou (purple line) correspondes to where you are currently pointing.
But the easiest action is probably just to have an indicator Plot a new dataseries that is shifted the way you want it, so that index  is shown on the currentbar, in panel 1 below price or wherever you want it.
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