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Trying to created my setup from TOS

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[2022-09-21 18:15:25]
Jaydtrade - Posts: 45
I use a 21 tick range bars, and a PPS study. Are these options available on here?
[2022-09-21 18:16:38]
John - SC Support - Posts: 18860
Refer to the following for Range Bars:
Chart Settings: Intraday Chart Bar Period >> Bar Period Type >> Range Per Bar - Standard (in ticks) (Chart >> Chart Settings menu)

We need more information on the PPS study.
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[2022-09-21 18:22:50]
Jaydtrade - Posts: 45
I think it stands for Persons Pivot Study
[2022-09-21 20:59:28]
John - SC Support - Posts: 18860
From TOS website:
PersonsPivots
Description
Person's Pivots is a variation of the Pivot Points study. Only one support level and one resistance level is plotted. In the bullish market, they are S1 and R2. In the bearish market, they are S2 and R1. In neutral market, they are S1 and R1. The type of market is determined by comparing the pivot point with its three-day average.

This study uses the traditional way of calculating weekly and monthly pivot levels: they are calculated in the beginning of week or month and remain constant after that.

Refer to the information for the Sierra Chart Pivot Points study here:
Pivot Points
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[2022-09-23 11:43:50]
Jaydtrade - Posts: 45
OK thank you John my last question is there a setting to get the little dots on these moving average lines? I cant seem to find it if there its. SEE attachment picture.
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[2022-09-23 15:31:26]
John - SC Support - Posts: 18860
We do not have a single drawing style that has the line with the dots like that.

But it can be done. You would have to add the study twice and have one with a Line and the other with Point.

Attached is a Study Collection that shows this. Refer to the following for how to use a Study Collection:
Study Collections: Using a Study Collection Provided by Sierra Chart Support
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