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How to have two axes?

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[2013-06-16 20:35:44]
keymoo - Posts: 9
I have a chart with ATR and volume at the bottom. I want the ATR scale on the y axis on the left side of the chart and the volume scale on the right side. Is it possible to do that? Here's my chart now:


[2013-06-16 21:51:16]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 102837
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[2013-06-17 09:03:47]
keymoo - Posts: 9
Thanks, when I do this, I cannot have Volume on the right side because the scale of the ATR sends the plot to 0. Also, if I plot the Volume on the left side, the values are truncated. See images

Truncated vols

Volume on the right side, minimizes ATR

[2013-06-17 14:58:12]
Vergina Star - Posts: 9

You can have Volume on the right side. Make Volume the first study on the graph (ID:1).

Then in the ATR settings. Make the Scale "Independent. Study Settings >> Settings and Inputs Tab >> Scale Button >> Scale Range >> Independent.

I just tried it on a different symbol but it should work the same for QNG

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