Date/Time: Thu, 21 Oct 2021 13:52:25 +0000
Volume by Price Real Estate
|User172040 - Posts: 70|
Please see attached. The Volume by Price study takes up about 70% of the daily chart real estate. How can I configure this study so that the VbP study only takes up about 20% of any given day chart? To be clear, it won't matter if I zoom in or out, on any given day the VbP study takes up about 70%. Please advise as I can't find documentation addressing this?
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|Xfanman1 - Posts: 320|
Change the maximum width right in the VbP study as shown in my attachment. I think default is 70% of the chart. Just lower that number to the maximum you want the histogram to occupy on that chart.
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|ChenDirit - Posts: 2|
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