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Date/Time: Thu, 13 Dec 2018 07:33:42 +0000



Extend Bar Value Until Future Intersection - what

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[2018-12-07 08:41:13]
User330463 - Posts: 80
I see in documentation "These extension lines are programmatically accessible through ACSIL with a special function" but which excactly is that special function?

Is it sc.GetStudyLineUntilFutureIntersection()?

May that function be used for any other native sc study that has extension lines option/feature (zigzag, etc)?
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2018-12-07 08:43:19
[2018-12-07 18:17:22]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 66930
Yes that is correct and we have updated the documentation to specify this clearly.

And that function can be used with any Sierra Chart study that adds what are called future intersection lines. This does not apply to the zig zag study. The zig zag lines are contained in a single study Subgraph.
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[2018-12-08 08:37:44]
User330463 - Posts: 80
Thanks for explanation

Regarding ZigZag study I meant its peaks' extension lines which are certainly NOT drawn as single subgraph (main zigzag line is single subgraph for sure).
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2018-12-08 08:39:06
[2018-12-08 21:20:36]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 66930
Yes you can access those extension lines with this ACSIL function: sc.GetStudyLineUntilFutureIntersection()
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