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Ema crossover shadow

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[2021-05-19 16:13:15]
User628616 - Posts: 118
How do i get the ema 10 & 20, and 50 & 100 to create a shadow in between the emas? Blue when going up and maroon when going down. Like the attached photo.
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[2021-05-19 16:27:13]
John - SC Support - Posts: 17114
Refer to the information here:
Chart Studies: Filling the Area Between Two Study Subgraphs within Same Study
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[2021-05-20 21:31:26]
User628616 - Posts: 118
Filling the Area Between Two Study Subgraphs within Same Study
I am having trouble understanding how to complete this, it says to add the Horizontal Line study
Then 1st Study(10EMA) to Fill Top, 2nd Study(20EMA) to Fill Bottom
And the attached pic is the outcome
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[2021-05-20 21:49:20]
John - SC Support - Posts: 17114
The Horizontal Line was just a suggestion if you were trying to create a rectangle and it then used as the Example of a study through the rest of the steps.

But, it looks like you are using different studies, in which case you need to follow these instructions:
Chart Studies: Filling the Area Between Two Study Subgraphs within Different Studies

We just realized that there is a line missing from the above instructions. At the end of the above instructions you will need to do the following:
- On the Study Subgraphs Reference study window select the Scale button to open the Scales window.
- Select Automatic to make the Scale automatic.
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[2021-05-20 22:12:22]
User628616 - Posts: 118
In the attached pics, I've completed Line 7.
Where/what is the Input Study 1 & Input Study 2?
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[2021-05-24 14:04:37]
John - SC Support - Posts: 17114
You have to be careful. There are two different studies, one called Study Subgraph Reference and the other called Study Subgraphs Reference, note the 's' at the end of Subgraphs in the second one. It is the second one that you need Study Subgraphs Reference, that will give you the two inputs you need.
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[2021-05-27 15:21:32]
User628616 - Posts: 118
I got it to semi work the shadow is displaying as a clone, away from the Green/Blue EMA, I want the shadow in between them to
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[2021-05-28 13:12:54]
John - SC Support - Posts: 17114
Change the Scale for the Study Subgraphs Reference to "Automatic". Refer to the following:
Chart Studies: Settings and Inputs Tab >> Scale
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[2021-05-30 15:25:27]
User628616 - Posts: 118
How can I create a type of Special notification/alert when a candle is able to Open and Close above all 5 Moving Averages & Open and Close below all 5 Moving Averages?
In the attached pic I put a box around the candles that did that
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[2021-05-31 15:01:22]
John - SC Support - Posts: 17114
In general, refer to the Alert documentation here:
Study/Chart Alerts And Scanning

You would need to create an Alert that checks all the different parameters, therefore you would need to use the AND function. This is defined on that page.

Also, if you are wanting to get some kind of visible change to the bars, or other notation, then refer to the documentation for the Color Bar Based on Alert Condition study:
https://www.sierrachart.com/index.php?page=doc/StudiesReference.php&ID=245&Name=Color_Bar_Based_on_Alert_Condition
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[2022-05-16 15:18:15]
User628616 - Posts: 118
Im trying to get my Sierra Chart(Gray background) to look like the NT8 chart(Black background), I'm trying to have the lines be smooth not like the stairway like it is, the draw style is solid line but it is still showing the stairway
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[2022-05-16 17:34:50]
John - SC Support - Posts: 17114
What study is producing that stair-step line and what is the subgraph Draw Style set to for it? If it is set to Dash then change it to Line and see if that resolves your issue. Refer to the following regarding Draw Styles:
Chart Studies: Subgraphs Tab >> Draw Style
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[2022-05-16 19:26:51]
User628616 - Posts: 118
Moving Average(Exponential) from 1 Min chart that is being displayed on the 20 Range chart via Study Subgraphs References
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[2022-05-16 21:47:18]
John - SC Support - Posts: 17114
Since it is a Study/Price Overlay, what you are seeing is the data being extended over the bars that make up the period from the source chart.

The only thing you could do to "smooth" it out would be to apply a Moving Average to the data. Then hide the original Study/Price Overlay.
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[2022-07-02 01:08:48]
User628616 - Posts: 118
I want the space in betwwen SD+1 & SD-1 to be shaded a color , and a shade area in between 50ema & 100ema
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