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Outward projecting lines in Study Subgraphs Reference

[2020-10-18 20:33:28]
User136839 - Posts: 16 | Ending Date: 2021-01-10
Hi, I'm using the Study Subgraphs Reference to fill an area between two lines.

https://www.sierrachart.com/index.php?page=doc/ChartStudies.html#FillingAreaDifferentStudies

Depending on how the horizontal or vertical axis is manipulated and also during real time data lines that correspond with the fill color will project outward to the end of the area. As new data comes in and the chart moves to the left old lines disappear and new ones appear on the right side. See screen shot. The same happens if I use the filling between two subgraphs within the same study. Am I missing something from the instructions or is this a glitch? Please advise.
Thanks.
http://www.sierrachart.com/image.php?Image=1603052977711.png
[2020-10-19 00:07:11]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 90742 | Ending Date: 2021-04-05
Provide us that chart by following these instructions:
https://www.sierrachart.com/index.php?page=doc/PostingInformation.php#ProvidingChartbookSingleChart
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[2020-10-19 00:21:54]
User136839 - Posts: 16 | Ending Date: 2021-01-10
Thanks, attached is the chartbook.
Private File
[2020-10-19 15:12:26]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 90742 | Ending Date: 2021-04-05
We do not observe what you are showing. Are you using the OpenGL graphics option?

This is what we see:
http://www.sierrachart.com/image.php?Image=1603120109431.png
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[2020-10-19 15:24:07]
User136839 - Posts: 16 | Ending Date: 2021-01-10
Ah, yes, turning off OpenGL the lines are not present. All right, thanks for the hint.
[2020-10-20 07:08:42]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 90742 | Ending Date: 2021-04-05
We are looking into why this issue is occurring on OpenGL and see how to resolve it.
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[2020-10-20 18:29:05]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 90742 | Ending Date: 2021-04-05
This problem will be resolved in the next release.
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