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dears
i want to reset the chart to how it was before zoom out,iam afraid i may loose the chart settings
i am aware that zoom in /zoom out can be done by pressing ctrl +up/down arrow.
how should i bring the chart back to how it was before the chart zoom out post analysis

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dears
i want to reset the chart to how it was before zoom out,iam afraid i may loose the chart settings
i am aware that zoom in /zoom out can be done by pressing ctrl +up/down arrow.
how should i bring the chart back to how it was before the chart zoom out post analysis

Click that capital "F" in the upper right corner of the chart.

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what a great nt expert,thanks sir

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what a great nt expert,thanks sir

It's great that you got your answer, and you should feel free to continue to post questions about things that are not clear to you, and I'm sure the community will continue to help.

But I've seen two posts today from you with questions of this sort (this post and the one about not showing indicator price levels) that you could have gotten the answer for much more quickly just by using the NT Help, which is available from the menu.

I suggest you simply look through the Help topics when you have a basic question about how to do something. Usually there is an answer there, and it will also probably teach you about other things you may not have thought of before. I have used the NT Help a lot and it usually comes through. (I remember having the same exact question at one time about the zoom setting, for instance. But the answer is in the Help. )

Just a thought. Good luck with your trading.

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It's great that you got your answer, and you should feel free to continue to post questions about things that are not clear to you, and I'm sure the community will continue to help.

But I've seen two posts today from you with questions of this sort (this post and the one about not showing indicator price levels) that you could have gotten the answer for much more quickly just by using the NT Help, which is available from the menu.

I suggest you simply look through the Help topics when you have a basic question about how to do something. Usually there is an answer there, and it will also probably teach you about other things you may not have thought of before. I have used the NT Help a lot and it usually comes through. (I remember having the same exact question at one time about the zoom setting, for instance. But the answer is in the Help. )

Just a thought. Good luck with your trading.

Bob.

For this person, I suspect there may be a language barrier that makes searching/browsing English forums/help-sites with a large number of posts and/or sub-categories more problematic than,

Using google translate? to ask a question; and using google translate to convert a small number of replies.

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I speak english everywhere in india,i dont know hindi
forums are for helping people in whatever capacity maybe.
also stop typing like idiots.it looks very funny.

post reply only if there is something concrete solution you have else dont you dare to touch my posts.

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@bcsandy: Well, there's absolutely no reason to feel offended.

The people here are just trying to help you to solve your problem (like they did in your other threads), and they didn't intend to offend you in any way...

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I speak english everywhere in india,i dont know hindi
forums are for helping people in whatever capacity maybe.
also stop typing like idiots.it looks very funny.

post reply only if there is something concrete solution you have else dont you dare to touch my posts.


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@bcsandy: Well, there's absolutely no reason to feel offended.

The people here are just trying to help you to solve your problem (like they did in your other threads), and they didn't intend to offend you in any way...

Yes, I apologize. I didn't and don't mean any offense.

It is important for everyone to get the help they need, and I hope you receive it.

No one means you any harm or ill-will here. The forum is for traders to get the answers that will assist them in their trading, and that's all it's for. Everyone here has that goal.

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