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Date/Time: Tue, 23 Oct 2018 13:07:38 +0000



Daily OHLC lines for pit and globex session

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[2017-12-03 12:29:46]
User164231 - Posts: 122
Hi,

How do I split the OHLC vertical lines for day and night session?

Also, is it possible to project historical OHLC lines all the way to the right?

Thanks.
[2017-12-03 13:07:41]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 65120
We need to understand what you mean by the OHLC vertical lines.

Are you referring to the ordinary OHLC chart bars?
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[2017-12-04 02:14:58]
User164231 - Posts: 122
Hi,

I am referring to the study "Daily OHLC" vertical lines.

I would like to separate OHLC vertical lines on day (morning to afternoon) and night (evening to midnight) session.

I attach image of a default one which is only showing the full day session (morning to night).
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[2017-12-05 04:47:12]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 65120
Really it is recommended that you use 2 instances of the High/Low for Time Period study to accomplish this:
https://www.sierrachart.com/index.php?page=doc/StudiesReference.php&ID=313&Name=High_Low_For_Time_Period


Each one configured to the particular time range that you want.
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[2017-12-12 02:25:05]
User164231 - Posts: 122
why I didn't think of that!

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