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I was wondering if there is a way to put 2 or more different indicators on 1 panel together. For example have two different indicators in pane 2 of the Ninja......

Appreciate any comments and how toos

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I was wondering if there is a way to put 2 or more different indicators on 1 panel together. For example have two different indicators in pane 2 of the Ninja......

Appreciate any comments and how toos

Thanks
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Set panel number in the indicator properties window. Be aware of possible scaling issues.

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I thing scaling is the issue. I put the two indicators up and set them as lines, so that they can draw. One of them stays as a flat line the whole time, whereas the other one performs the way it is supposed to. Is there a way to fix this issue?

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I thing scaling is the issue. I put the two indicators up and set them as lines, so that they can draw. One of them stays as a flat line the whole time, whereas the other one performs the way it is supposed to. Is there a way to fix this issue?

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Not in 6.5. In NT7 it has been taking care off.

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the only way I would know how to do in Ninja is to add custom code to "normalize" them to the same scale... so if one is an oscillator from -50 to +50 and the other goes from -300 to +300, you would change the code in the first by multiplying by 6. Others more familiar with NT might know of other ways... in ensign you could set a parameter that would automatically reconcile them.

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the only way I would know how to do in Ninja is to add custom code to "normalize" them to the same scale... so if one is an oscillator from -50 to +50 and the other goes from -300 to +300, you would change the code in the first by multiplying by 6. Others more familiar with NT might know of other ways... in ensign you could set a parameter that would automatically reconcile them.

It is easy when oscillators have fixed range.
When one of them can have any value, it becomes a little more complicated.
(still doable though)

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