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Date/Time: Sun, 21 Jan 2018 18:43:38 +0000



COLUMNS WITH NO DATA

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[2013-03-22 18:24:18]
User57072 - Posts: 49
I AM ASKING THIS AS A NEW MESSAGE CAUSE I HAD ATTACHMENT TO SHOW. I APOLOGIZE FOR DUPLICATE QUESTION.

HOW CAN I HAVE CHART SET TO SHOW COLUMNS WITH NO DATA? I HAVE ATTACHED A SETTING I THOUGHT WOULD DO THIS. HAVE I DONE SOMETHING WRONG ?
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[2013-03-22 18:57:15]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 56335
We need to make a correction to what we said previously, this is supported and you have the correct option enabled (Include Columns With No Data). So what exactly is the problem?

Saturdays and Sundays are excluded and will not be included in the chart even with this option on.
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[2013-03-22 19:28:14]
User57072 - Posts: 49
THE CHART DOES NOT SHOW A COLUMN WITHOUT DATA. IT IS DOES NOT SHOW HOLIDAYS. Even with the " Include columns with no data " selected, i am still unable to get holidays to show as an empty column.

Can you help me ?
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2013-03-23 15:19:38
[2013-03-26 13:43:11]
User57072 - Posts: 49
Hello
I just downloaded the latest version of Sierra Charts. I am still unable to show columns with no data. The holidays are not showing up as columns with no data. The box " include columns with no data" was checked. Please help with this.

Thank You
Rick
[2013-03-27 00:29:32]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 56335
We need a clear example of this. Please provide a chart by following these steps:
https://www.sierrachart.com/index.php?l=PostingInformation.php#Image

And let us know what date is the holiday that you do not see.
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[2013-03-27 01:44:28]
User57072 - Posts: 49
http://www.sierrachart.com/image.php?l=1364347261623.png

I only worked on the first 3 months i don't no about the rest of the year.

THANKS
RICK
[2013-03-27 02:18:42]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 56335
We see what the problem is. Select Chart >> Chart Settings. At the top of the first tab there will be a list box that contains "Historical Chart". You will want to select Historical Chart.

This setting only works with holidays on Historical Daily charts.
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Date Time Of Last Edit: 2013-03-27 05:16:13
[2013-03-27 02:40:27]
User57072 - Posts: 49
I SEE, IS THERE ANYWAY TO MAKE THE COLUMNS SHOW UP ON INTRADAY CHARTS ? THE INTRADAY I USE IS THE CME.9:05 - 1:00, ?


THANKS
RICK
[2013-04-02 03:20:20]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 56335
No.
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