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instructions on 'squaring' a chart

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Manchester Center, Vermont
 
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could someone please explain the mechanics of squaring a chart with SC - I'm unable to figure it out from their documentation. What I want is to set up squaring that represents 'n' pts per bar. (whatever that bar in time or range might be on a chart?

tia, I appreciate the help.

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Sean, not sure about SC but in NT you'd change the bar type to Renko (as opposed to candles, OHLC, etc.) bars. See if you have such a setting for your bar types in SC. Perhaps someone else will chime in with exactly how that is done in SC.

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You should be able to right click on the scale and check 'Set X&Y constant relationship'. You can go into scale settings then and adjust the numbers.

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