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Daily OHLC issues

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[2022-04-22 01:00:32]
58LesPaul - Posts: 325
Up until about 6 months ago I didn't have any issues with this but now my Daily OHLC studies show the lines from the previous day even though I have "Number of Days to Calculate" set to one. I have 3 charts in each chartbook and 6 chartbooks open, so I have to select each chart, open the Studies window and then click OK and the lines from yesterday disappear, that is 18 charts so 18 times I have to do this. Like I said above, this never happened until about 6 months ago. Can you set up a button to click so they all disappear at once instead of having to go to each chart? Or at least a Control Bar button for each chartbook so I can only select it 6 times?

Thanks
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[2022-04-22 14:27:54]
John - SC Support - Posts: 17026
What you are seeing is the general way that Sierra Chart works. As long as you have not had any reason to recalculate the chart, it will keep the previous information from the studies on the chart. One way to deal with this would be to close the Chartbook(s) and reopen them which would force a recalculation. You could also select each chart and select Chart >> Recalculate (which has a default keyboard shortcut of Ctrl-Insert).

But the easiest way to resolve this would be to add the Chart Recalculation - Periodic study to each chart and set the Recalculation Time in Seconds to 86400, which is the number of seconds in 1 day. If you add the study in the morning at one point, then it will force a recalculation at that same time each day, which will remove the extraneous lines.
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[2022-04-22 14:53:20]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 103520
You can select Edit >> Recalculate All Charts.
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[2022-04-24 22:45:31]
58LesPaul - Posts: 325
You can select Edit >> Recalculate All Charts.

This does not work!

But the easiest way to resolve this would be to add the Chart Recalculation - Periodic study to each chart and set the Recalculation Time in Seconds to 86400, which is the number of seconds in 1 day. If you add the study in the morning at one point, then it will force a recalculation at that same time each day, which will remove the extraneous lines.

I assume since "Edit >> Recalculate All Charts" didn't work the study won't work either?
[2022-04-25 16:18:08]
John - SC Support - Posts: 17026
Please get us a chartbook with a single chart in it that shows the issue you are seeing and we will see if we can reproduce what you are seeing. Follow the instructions at the following link to get us the chart:
Support Board Posting Information: Providing Chartbook with Only a Single Chart
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[2022-04-25 16:26:14]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 103520
This actually could be:
This does not work!
We may have to modify the study to zero out the prior values.
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[2022-04-26 23:18:39]
58LesPaul - Posts: 325
Here is the Chartbook you requested.
Private File
[2022-04-27 09:19:43]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 103520
We do not need to see the Chartbook. We have implemented a solution which will be out in the next release.
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[2022-05-23 01:45:36]
User335656 - Posts: 3
Has this been resolved? I’m having sim lag issue where as it not drawing line to the low of previous day. So i5 shows the low and high but from the Sunday opening. It’s doesn’t not carry back to previous day Friday’s lo high etc.
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2022-05-23 01:45:55
[2022-05-23 07:07:30]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 103520
The study will not do this:
. It’s doesn’t not carry back to previous day Friday’s lo high etc.

This thread is unrelated to what you are looking for. What you are looking for is unsupported.
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Date Time Of Last Edit: 2022-05-23 07:07:43

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