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Not only do I have the COT numbers on the M1 bars as outlined above, I also use this for quick reference

Use study color bar based on, with down red triangle for the top and green up for the bottom of the candle/ bar

= abs (ID5.SG37) > 50

= abs (ID5.SG38) > 50

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Hi William.

My main issue with that when I try it on a 3 min bar is that the HighPB and LowPB values are zero at all times. I have no idea why.

I just loaded a fresh copy of NBCV on a M5 chart along with same for Study Subgraphs Reference. I set the SSR to reference ID5.SG37 & 38 and both were zero on the candles as you described above.

I then went in NBCV and set ignore every subgraph except 37 & 38, apply etc. After doing this the numbers appeared above and below the candles

Perhaps that might be the issue on your end

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My main issue with that when I try it on a 3 min bar is that the HighPB and LowPB values are zero at all times. I have no idea why.

Those values will be all zeros unless you set Historical Pullback Data to something other than the default None.

Go to Chart >> Chart Settings > Advanced Settings tab >> Historical Pullback Data.

Here's the documentation, albeit apparently out of date:
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Hi William.

My main issue with that when I try it on a 3 min bar is that the HighPB and LowPB values are zero at all times. I have no idea why.

I like the idea, but I just can't get it to work

I think I have it figured out, just stumbled across this

When using the study Subgraphs Reference - at least for NBCV you can hide the study but you can't have the subgraph set to ignore. The values on high and low will be zero's

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I think I have it figured out, just stumbled across this

When using the study Subgraphs Reference - at least for NBCV you can hide the study but you can't have the subgraph set to ignore. The values on high and low will be zero's

-William

Thanks for trying William but that doesn't work for me.

No matter as I quite like having a reference to CumDelta, Delta, High and Low PBs.

With CumDelta, I find it handy reference number to check from time to time, especially during the market opens

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Hi William,

I've actually gone the simper route now with the footprints.

I don't want it to replicate the information I already have from Jigsaw so I am instead using the profile options (split) with no numbers displayed except for the pullback column.

I find that this is different and useful to what I get from the recon tape or DOM in Jigsaw

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