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Date/Time: Sun, 21 Jul 2019 18:06:11 +0000



re-centering dom immediately

Support Request:
[2019-03-12 09:42:19]
User753428 - Posts: 53
can you enable an option to re-center the dom immediately instead of gradually when having "recenter when the last bar exceeds a certain # of ticks from center" enabled?

it re-centers too slowly for fast, thin markets or esp during market open when price is moving all over the place or during big spikes during news releases. this should only take a couple lines of code, no?
[2019-03-15 17:23:09]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 74024
What we can do is add an option to control the speed of the re-centering.
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[2019-03-15 17:25:38]
User753428 - Posts: 53
Thank you, that would actually be a even smarter solution.
[2019-03-18 05:27:54]
whats1thingnow - Posts: 239
+1

great suggestion!
[2019-06-13 19:53:45]
User814219 - Posts: 30
Yes, what I like about Xtrader or MD Trader in the TT platform is that it felt extremely responsive and re-centers immediately unlike SC's slow and gradual re-centering.

Immediate re-centering matters less for thick markets like treasuries but it's useful for markets like a50, hsi, nq.
[2019-06-16 00:54:08]
whats1thingnow - Posts: 239
is this done with the "adjust interval (ms)"?

i tested it but don't see a difference
[2019-06-16 03:48:43]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 74024
This is not yet implemented but will be in about a week.
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