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Hi,

I have a couple of requests I'd like to put forward to the charting team:

1) the RSI indicator - could you modify the script and add in a 'smoothing' function (basically allow for the option to also view a simple moving average of the RSI). Also, I note the RSI does not scale in the manner of, say the stochastic function or BB% - for a given amount of space occupied on the chart, 'we see less' if you catch my drift.. minor detail, but annoying!

2) Channel - could you remove the necessity to have a colour fill on the channel? Also, could you add a function to view a line representing the middle of the channel? 

Thanks :)

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7 hours ago, FearTheMidge said:

Hi,

I have a couple of requests I'd like to put forward to the charting team:

1) the RSI indicator - could you modify the script and add in a 'smoothing' function (basically allow for the option to also view a simple moving average of the RSI). Also, I note the RSI does not scale in the manner of, say the stochastic function or BB% - for a given amount of space occupied on the chart, 'we see less' if you catch my drift.. minor detail, but annoying!

2) Channel - could you remove the necessity to have a colour fill on the channel? Also, could you add a function to view a line representing the middle of the channel? 

Thanks :)

Hi @FearTheMidge

Thanks for your post. I have given our Development team your suggestion and feedback to be reviewed.

 

All the best - MongiIG

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