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Date/Time: Tue, 15 Oct 2019 12:26:15 +0000



[User Discussion] - Dropping zeros at the end of a decimal number

[2019-10-01 18:19:18]
ILIM KIRGIZ - Posts: 186
I know that Sierra does not allow me to use different value formats for each subgraph in the same study.

I have a custom build study that reads horizontal lines and some other study outputs from different charts (timeframes) to create an array of sorted support and resistance levels.
I watch 3 levels above the price and 3 levels below the price. I also watch distance to these levels in ticks.
Levels: R1,R2,R3,S1,S2,S3
Distance to levels: DR1,DR2,DR3,DS1,DS2,DS3 (converted to tick values) and they are always integers.

How can I get rid of these zeros decimal points? See attached screenshot.
Do you have to show these zeros? They mean nothing and occupy a lot of screen space.
Please advise.
Thanks.
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[2019-10-02 16:38:06]
ILIM KIRGIZ - Posts: 186
Is there a setting for that I could not find?
[2019-10-02 20:07:06]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 77135
This is controlled through the Value Format of the study:
https://www.sierrachart.com/index.php?page=doc/ChartStudies.html#ValueFormat
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[2019-10-02 20:22:42]
ILIM KIRGIZ - Posts: 186
Yes, I know that and I also indicated that in my first sentence.
It is not what I was asking for.
I have 60 outputs in this study and I need 30 of them to be shown as integers as they occupy space on the chart header. But for the rest 30 outputs, I need it to be at this value format 0.000001
This is not controlled by the subgraph level which I need.
What I need you not to show meaningless zeros.
Could you please escalate this?
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2019-10-02 20:25:48

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