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SC 1025 Spreadsheet System for Trading Column J Row 36

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[2013-09-20 18:24:01]
TechTrader - Posts: 116
Row J36 does not revert to zero when non time based charts are selected, as J37,J38 and J39 do. Is this intentional?


[2013-09-20 21:38:02]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 102918
If that is the number of seconds, then this does make sense.
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[2013-09-21 02:18:08]
TechTrader - Posts: 116
If I could expand on my previous post:

J37 indicates > 0 only if "Number Of Trades Per Bar" is selected, likewise
J38 indicates > 0 only if "Volume Per Bar" is selected and
J39 indicates > 0 only if "Range Bars" is selected.

However, J36 always indicates period in seconds of the last time a time based chart was selected, even though the current chart is not a time based chart.

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TechTrader




[2013-09-21 09:03:27]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 102918
Yes we know. This is how it works. The seconds per bar setting is a very basic fundamental data setting which acts as a backup to all of these other settings in case they cannot be achieved based on the underlying data.

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