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I am new to this forum and had a quick look and could not find whether anyone previously raised. I would like to be able to make drawings (e.g trend) on indicators (e.g RSI). Questions

 

1) can this be done now on the web GUI? Don't think so ...

2) Does anyone else value this improvement?

3) does anyone know whether IG have this feature on their enhancement list?

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Hi

 

You are correct, at the moment you can only create drawings in the price window so if the indicator is displayed in a separate window then you would not be able to add a drawing to it. It might be something worth considering for future updates so I have forwarded your suggestion to our developers.

 

Thank you for the feedback

Anton

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