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Date/Time: Wed, 19 Jan 2022 13:45:46 +0000



sc.BaseGraphScaleRangeType

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[2013-05-17 07:38:52]
StarLight - Posts: 23
Hi support,

I could perfectly set my base chart using sc.BaseGraphScaleRangeType to SCALE_CONSTRANGE.

But ... I couldnt set the base graph scale const range.
Is there a method that I miss?

I tried to set sc.ScaleRangeType to SCALE_CONSTRANG with
sc.ScaleConstRange = 1.0f.
It works on study graph!

Thanks ...




[2013-05-21 01:57:30]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 99781
We will need to add an ACSIL member variable for this.
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[2013-05-21 08:49:55]
StarLight - Posts: 23
Thanks for a Wonderful support by SC ....

Could I have a time frame as when the supporting variable will be added?

Thanks again ...


[2013-05-21 09:30:55]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 99781
This has already been released in version 978.
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