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Date/Time: Fri, 19 Jan 2018 03:58:51 +0000



How To Get StorageBlock From Another Chart

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[2017-10-30 22:11:43]
User123 - Posts: 120
Is it possible to get the StorageBlock from a study on another chart in ACSIL? I'm having trouble finding a way to do this.
[2017-10-31 09:04:24]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 56281
Do you really need this capability? We can add this.
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[2017-10-31 15:16:16]
User123 - Posts: 120
This feature would be very helpful to me, due to how I use storage blocks. I would appreciate if you could add it. :)
[2017-11-02 02:14:36]
User123 - Posts: 120
If you are planning to put this feature in, when may I expect it?

I would like to add it to my studies. If its already in, what is the function called? Something like this?: sc.GetStudyStorageBlockFromChart(int ChartNumber, int StudyID);

Asking for in case you don't document it right away.
[2017-11-02 02:26:46]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 56281
For the time being we do not know when we can do this.
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[2017-12-10 09:47:31]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 56281
We are working on adding this now.
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