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Possible to Add/Change Default Interval Settings in NT?

I was wondering if its possible to add or change the default interval settings in NinjaTrader (similar to how you can add instruments to the default list). When I right-click on a chart and go to Intervals, it shows 1 min, 2 min, 3 min... and so on up to 60min. Below that there is Daily, Weekly, etc.

Is there a way to add 90 min/120 min/ 240 min or anything else to this set of interval options?

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I was wondering if its possible to add or change the default interval settings in NinjaTrader (similar to how you can add instruments to the default list). When I right-click on a chart and go to Intervals, it shows 1 min, 2 min, 3 min... and so on up to 60min. Below that there is Daily, Weekly, etc.

Is there a way to add 90 min/120 min/ 240 min or anything else to this set of interval options?

Hi CDesai,

No, it is not possible to customize this list. You probably know this already, but you can right-click and hit Format Data Series on the chart and then customize the chart setting from there -- but there is no way to customize the drop down list.

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