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Sierra Chart: Based on slope feature
Sierra has the sub-graph feature which allows one to choose the "based on slope feature".
I wish to utilize this feature in some coding projects.
The question on my table:
How do I differentiate and code for the positive slope from the negative slope of
the sub-graph feature?
Any assistance would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance!
Spikey

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Hi,

I am not sure to understand.
There is a feature which allows coloring of the sub-graph depending on the slope.
It is controlled by the settings of the subgraphs.
Are you taking about this? (you do not use the word "color" in your message).
If yes, I do not understand what you want to "code" (or perhaps you want to "force" this feature from the code?)
If no, which feature are you referring to?
A link to the relevant part of the documentation would help.


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Sierra Chart: Based on slope feature
Sierra has the sub-graph feature which allows one to choose the "based on slope feature".
I wish to utilize this feature in some coding projects.
The question on my table:
How do I differentiate and code for the positive slope from the negative slope of
the sub-graph feature?
Any assistance would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance!
Spikey

Hi Spikey,

From the study code you can do this:

sc.Subgraph[1].AutoColoring = AUTOCOLOR_SLOPE;

And the subgraph will be in "slope-color-mode"

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Hi Spikey,

From the study code you can do this:

sc.Subgraph[1].AutoColoring = AUTOCOLOR_SLOPE;

And the subgraph will be in "slope-color-mode"

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