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Change the time axis (x axis) on Sierra Charts

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How do you change the time axis (x axis) on a SC chart? I am in the Central Time zone (US). At 12:03 am CST on Tuesday morning of September 27, 2011, my 6E chart was showing the time axis (x axis) ranging in time between 3:00 and 5:00. I am sure there is a setting that I haven't found, but not able to find an answer here or on the SC website - mainly because, I am sure, I am not using the correct search parameters.

FYI: I am on a DEMO from Velocity.

Thanks for the support!

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I "accidently" found the answer. You have to change the "time" setting under Globle settings=>Data/Trade Service Settings.

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Don't feel bad Affliction about accidently finding Sierra Charts answers.

I keep doing the same after even three months.

Good luck with Velocity. I'd be grateful if you updated with your opinion of how you you like them.

I'm thinking of getting their Sierra Charts demo in December and maybe going live in Jan. '12 myself.

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