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Outlook Indicator Custom LineBreaks
villaintrader

Member Since May 10, 2019  6 posts villaintrader Nov 20 at 13:48
I would like to know if anyone here is capable of creating a feature that would make it possible to tell the Outlook Indicator to create Line-Breaks only when a predetermined number of lots has changed. See attached image for illustration.

I have noticed that line breaks Repaint based on your zoom, screen size, and other factors; creating a problem for how I intend on using these. Thank you in advanced to anyone who may be of help!
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DmitriyT

Member Since Dec 06, 2017  7 posts DmitriyT (DmitriyT) Dec 01 at 21:12
Any platform stretches the graphics, it depends on the screen.

The plan is 120%
villaintrader

Member Since May 10, 2019  6 posts villaintrader Dec 03 at 11:48
This is why I am interested in seeing if anyone here can code the indicator so that the line breaks only happen after 'x' number of data has changed. DmitriyT posted:
Any platform stretches the graphics, it depends on the screen.

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