Drawn trend line automatically on other charts, How?
Does anyone know how to insert a drawing tool (like a trend line)on one chart and then the same inserted drawing tool show up on the another chart. For instance if I draw a trend line on the 15 minute TF and I have a 5 minute TF chart next to it, the trend line would show up on the 5 minute chart as well or vise versa.
Pretty certain this feature was added to NT7. But sorry that I don't know how to use it, I'm sure someone else will chime in soon and let you know.
From memory, it is something like "Global object" and you just need to select or tick a checkbox somewhere.
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If it is manually drawn, you can set the line to draw 'globally'.
Click the line with your mouse.
Then RIGHT click the line and choose PROPERTIES.
A window will popup.
Click the ATTACH TO dropdown box and choose the (All Charts) item if you want it to draw on all charts for that instrument.
If you want to exclude a chart...
Go to that chart and Right click on it.
Choose Data Series.
A window will open.
Under--- Show global draw objects
Choose False to not display the global objects for that chart.
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