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Vertical panels within a chart

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Hi. NT currently enables one to have more than one panel within the same chart whereby the panels are stacked horizontally.

I am looking for a way to have 3 panels within one chart but stacked side by side i.e. vertically. I tried to lay out what I am looking for in the attached image.

Has anyone run across this, or ideas where to find this, or who could create this?


sandman

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hello sandman2....i do not know of this being already programmed, but the best i can tell you is to size your layout just like you want and it should load back up when you start your computer back up.
You can save your Workspace after you get it configured on your screen...this should be something that works for you.
I like to allow more space for smaller Charts, and smaller space for larger ones in a Triple Screen setup, so keeping them all the same size is ok, but i need to see a bit more of the smaller chart.
I will often Expand a Chart if i really want to see more Technical info, and then decrease the size back into the Triple Screen layout after i am finished viewing the Chart.

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hello sandman2....i do not know of this being already programmed, but the best i can tell you is to size your layout just like you want and it should load back up when you start your computer back up.
You can save your Workspace after you get it configured on your screen...this should be something that works for you.
I like to allow more space for smaller Charts, and smaller space for larger ones in a Triple Screen setup, so keeping them all the same size is ok, but i need to see a bit more of the smaller chart.
I will often Expand a Chart if i really want to see more Technical info, and then decrease the size back into the Triple Screen layout after i am finished viewing the Chart.

Hi there. You've got 5 charts side by side. I am glad to hear from someone who knows exactly what I mean. I am well aware of the set up you lay out as I am using that already. But you've got to admit that having 5 vertical panels rather than 5 individual charts would make life a lot easier for us.

Well anyway, I hope that someone reads this who has either worked this out already or knows how to do it.


sandman

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