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Post From: Flex Renko Charting Problem

[2017-12-02 22:18:48]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 61947
But there is not a fair comparison with the screenshots. In the chart you have from Sierra Chart you are not using Renko Bricks and instead you are using the standard Candlestick drawing style which is showing the true open high low close values. The general appearance should look identical when using Renko bricks in Sierra Chart.

So anyone else looking at that screenshot, can get misled unless they comprehensively understand what you have done and what you are looking for. That is perfectly fine to us. We do not care about the misunderstanding. This thread is here to do all we can to help you.

And we also contemplated what we could do to help you with this. But we concluded, there really is not anything we can do because the standard way in which the OHLC should have been set previously is according to the actual values during the formation of the Renko bar. And there are nine different options to control the initiation of a new bar, and another one which we are still working on. We cannot think of any other reasonable one which should be added. So we really do not know what we can do to help.

And to our knowledge, you are the only user with an issue at this time with Renko bars and that is perfectly fine. We understand you have put reliance on the way Sierra Chart was working before and there is a problem now. We understand the nature of that issue. And if we could reasonably help with it, we will. At the moment, we do not know a reasonable solution.
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