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Bar Time Intervals. "One click" changing

NT 7 v22.

The one click Intervals we have available on our charts are, 1,2,3,5,15,30,60 minutes, then Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly. What happened to 240 minutes?

On previous versions of NT we had a little box that would open when we left clicked a chart and we could input whatever interval we wanted eg. 240m for a 4 hr chart.

Is there a way I can do this in v22 without having to go into "Data Series" to do it, I regularly review a 4 hr chart before taking an entry on the 1hr.

I used to have a 4hr chart open all the time, but this seemed stupid and should be unnecessary.

It does not take much to right click and open Data Series and input 240 in the Period value box, but like all things technological, is there a quicker way to do it, say for instance like one clicking?

Any one have any ideas?

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NT 7 v22.

The one click Intervals we have available on our charts are, 1,2,3,5,15,30,60 minutes, then Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly. What happened to 240 minutes?

On previous versions of NT we had a little box that would open when we left clicked a chart and we could input whatever interval we wanted eg. 240m for a 4 hr chart.

Is there a way I can do this in v22 without having to go into "Data Series" to do it, I regularly review a 4 hr chart before taking an entry on the 1hr.

I used to have a 4hr chart open all the time, but this seemed stupid and should be unnecessary.

It does not take much to right click and open Data Series and input 240 in the Period value box, but like all things technological, is there a quicker way to do it, say for instance like one clicking?

Any one have any ideas?

Nothing has changed. Just click anywhere on the chart to bring it into focus, then type, for example 240m to change to 240 minute or 625t for 625 tick or 7500v for 7500 volume. as you begin to type, a box will appear.

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Nothing has changed. Just click anywhere on the chart to bring it into focus, then type, for example 240m to change to 240 minute or 625t for 625 tick or 7500v for 7500 volume. as you begin to type, a box will appear.

Thanks very much. I was left clicking and expecting the little box to appear before entering the interval, I didn't realize you just started typing and Hey Presto.

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