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i have a Q

i remeber being said that in NT7 you can adjust / change the indicators / Drawobjects plotting priorities in a chart - means wich one is plotted behind or in front of the other one. how do i do that ? dont remember how it works.

thanks for infos !
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i have a Q

i remeber being said that in NT7 you can adjust / change the indicators / Drawobjects plotting priorities in a chart - means wich one is plotted behind or in front of the other one. how do i do that ? dont remember how it works.

thanks for infos !
max


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New Chart Object Paint Ordering (z-order)


As you select any object on a chart, hold down the SHIFT key and scroll with your mouse wheel, you can change the paint layer of the selected object in order to move it in front of or behind other drawn objects. Click the image to the left to enlarge, the rectangle is selected and is currently on "Level 5 of 5" meaning, it is at the very bottom of the paint order. You could scroll your mouse wheel to "Level 1 of 5" which would put the rectangle on top of all others objects.

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Great, thats what i looked for !
thanks!

shift + mouse wheel - lol - very well hidden

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