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Duplicating NT7 charts while retaining trendlines and notes?

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Duplicating NT7 charts while retaining trendlines and notes?

Does anybody know of a program or a way to duplicate an NT7 chart with all the trendlines and notes you've put on it? I want to be able to take a longer timeframe chart, put my long term trendlines, etc on it, then duplicate it and make it and makes some smaller timeframe charts from it that retain all the trendlines and notes from the longer timeframe chart. Thanks!

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You can't do this presently though there would be a mean by using a text file where you'd write your point A and B definition (time, price level, width, color etc.) for your trendlines and an indicator to read this information and plot it on the chart. This way by using the same indicator on many charts with various intervals you'd get the same lines.

Ideally, you would need a script to extract the definition of all the objects present on your chart, save it into a file and then an indicator to read and recreate these same objects on any chart.

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talking about the things you draw in a chart - this is possible in NT7 !

draw a line
double klick on it ( line - properties will open )
choose Attach to : all charts > OK

and this line will be shown in all charts of this instrument / contract
no matter which timeframe

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Does anybody know of a program or a way to duplicate an NT7 chart with all the trendlines and notes you've put on it? I want to be able to take a longer timeframe chart, put my long term trendlines, etc on it, then duplicate it and make it and makes some smaller timeframe charts from it that retain all the trendlines and notes from the longer timeframe chart. Thanks!

My understanding is those settings are saved in the workspace template but not on the chart template

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talking about the things you draw in a chart - this is possible in NT7 !

draw a line
double klick on it ( line - properties will open )
choose Attach to : all charts > OK

and this line will be shown in all charts of this instrument / contract
no matter which timeframe

You're right, that's the way to proceed. What about the little 'L' we see on our chart in the upper right of a window ? I thought it was to link charts together.

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What about the little 'L' we see on our chart in the upper right of a window ? I thought it was to link charts together.


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its only to sync the instrument in diff wondows
but it has nothing to do with objects in the charts

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