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Date/Time: Fri, 20 Jul 2018 10:50:15 +0000



Trying to change bottom numbers

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[2013-03-30 08:32:08]
emjay2d - Posts: 5
The bottom numbers on the screen shown in attachment are the numbers im trying to change. I just want to see numericls in increments of 30. I searched and tried my best for a very long time...

These are the numbers im referring 2!
http://oi46.tinypic.com/ixdoaa.jpg
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2013-03-30 08:32:37
[2013-03-30 08:51:39]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 61914
So you want the timescale to be every 30 minutes?
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[2013-03-30 10:16:58]
emjay2d - Posts: 5
Sigh i cant explain it.

I want it not to display silly numbers like this "3:33,3:38,3:43:3:50"
and display numbers like this "3:30,3:40,3:50,3:60" etc..

again im a failure at explaining.
[2013-03-30 20:29:46]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 61914
Right, this is not supported unless you were to set the time frame of the bars to 10 minutes.
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[2013-03-31 02:38:53]
TechTrader - Posts: 97
An option to replace the time scale values with time values associated with Chart> Chart Settings> Advanced Settings 2 >Vertical Grid Lines would achieve a neat solution. I'm not a programmer so I have no idea of what would be involved to achieve this.

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