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Date/Time: Sat, 13 Apr 2024 10:39:55 +0000



Ray Drawing

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[2024-03-29 21:20:46]
User629089 - Posts: 93
Hi,

I cannot figure out how to save the tool, a "ray" from the green solid line to say a yellow dash as the default or as an option. I've gone through the documentation but can't figure it out. Can you point me in the right direction please?

Also, FT71 has been showing a quote board with the Relative Range and Relative Volume (comparing today to a 20 day average) in IRT. Can something like this be done in SC's?

Thanks...
[2024-04-01 13:26:57]
John - SC Support - Posts: 30833
The first thing to keep in mind is that whatever Configuration Number has been selected for a drawing will remain selected until it is changed. So if you always want a green solid line and you do not use any other settings for your drawing, then choose a configuration number (typically 1) and change it to what you want and just ensure that the particular configuration number you choose is the selected on in "Tools >> Current Tool Config" when the Ray drawing is selected.

Otherwise, if you use multiple settings for your rays, then you need to setup the Configurations for the tool as you want them and then be sure to select the proper one for the drawing you will be doing. You can setup Control Bar buttons to select the drawing tool and a specific configuration number prior to drawing so you can then get what you are wanting. Refer to the following for this:
Chart Drawing Tools: Creating Control Bar Buttons which Select Drawing Tool and Drawing Tool Configuration in One Step
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[2024-04-01 13:39:18]
Sierra_Chart Engineering - Posts: 13900
Yes, use the Study Summary for this:
Also, FT71 has been showing a quote board with the Relative Range and Relative Volume (comparing today to a 20 day average) in IRT. Can something like this be done in SC's?
Refer to:
Study Summary Window
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[2024-04-03 18:29:40]
User629089 - Posts: 93
Hi,

Thanks for all the info. Is there a relative range study available? I've gone through everything and don't see anything of the sort relating to range.

Thanks alot...
[2024-04-03 20:49:30]
John - SC Support - Posts: 30833
We do not know what exactly you are looking for in terms of "Relative Range". Our guess is that this is the Relative Volume concept applied to the Average True Range of bars, but we need more information to know for sure. Still, refer to the following if our guess is close:
Average True Range

Relative Volume
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