I need a indicator that can scroll in real time but have a function so that can look back at any amount of days, bars ticks......etc back as I need.
Example if im looking at a current day or month, I want to be able to adjust some parameters to go back 15 days or 15 bars....etc When my chart is scrolling in real time I will be able to see what happened in the past at that same time, bar or day back but hopefully with some auto scrolling adjustments without having to use the global cross hair to look back.
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Yes @ Studio88. ts not exactly the same but the split screen like you do in NT7 could work for what im trying to configure. Do you know of where I can get a code or indicator that would possibly do the same thing?
Hi Blkreign, mate I dont have a solution for you but I would have to agree with what David has stated.
You can run NT7 in parallel with NT6.5 and you can even use your existing Key and it will import most of your instruments and other compatible items.
Give it a try is all I can suggest otherwise, you may need to even try another program but I am not too sure which one would help you there.
Perhaps somebody else could comment on whether Multicharts can do your needs.
I quite like multicharts but all this toggling back and forth it becomes frustrating because MC has other easy task processing over some of NTs ways, Yet NT has some other natural task processing than MC. Getting torn between the 2.
Anyway, good luck with that one mate.
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