Hello Everyone, I'm wondering of there is a way to reduce the blank space to the right of the price scale and the edge of my screen? I'm using NT7.. I'm using Wizard's new color chart and I've adjusted it in many ways but I can't seem to get rid of the 1/2" space to the right of the price bar and the edge of my screen.
Anyone have any ideas? I've checked all the chart properties and margin properties and nothing seems to be working..
Special Case: Formatting Problem for Interest Rate Futures
Would be much easier, if you had shown a chart. There are several answers to your question. I am aware that you do not ask about the the space between the last bar and the y-axis, but to the right of the y-axis
One problem of NinjaTrader is that the formatting for indicators does not work properly on interest rate futures. This basically applies to all indicators. (see example for EMA in chart 2)
It is possible to modify any indicator to comply with formatting for interest rate futures. I have done this for the SessionPivots indicators (as you can see from chart 3).
Last edited by Fat Tails; April 23rd, 2011 at 01:45 PM.
The worst experience I have had so far, was when I applied an indicator to show the spreads on bonds. Chart attached. I guess that I have to recode the formatting of the indicator values via FormatPriceMarker().
I don't know how to show a chart? "Print screen" and save?
Yes Fat Tails! Thats what I'm talking about.. right of the y axis.. I may be able to live with the spacing between the chart frame and the last candle..(like in your 3rd post) but the space between the price bar and the right (edge of screen) is bothering me.
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