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Hi All,

 

I am happy to announce a new feature on the New Web trading Platform, you will now be able to edit your Fibonacci levels. You can do this by right clicking on the Fibonacci drawing and then select the option to edit. This will then prompt you with a window like the one below from where you can specify your levels. This edit tool applies to the Fibonacci extension and retracement. 

 

 

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Let me know what you think of this new tool or if you have some suggestions on how it could be improved.

 

Thanks

Anton

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The input does not support negative value. This will give the total freedom to customize. 

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Hi ,

 

A couple of things would be good:

 

1. The option to place the Labels (values) at either the right or left of the Fib. At the moment they are on the left so when you move down a timeframe or two you can see the dotted line but not the Fib value or price level.

 

2. Also the ability to extend the levels. Currently you have to go in and drag the endpoint across to get the Fib to span across as time progresses.

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Hi 

 

Any update on my request posted on 18-10-2017?

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Hi  

 

Any update on either of these issues?

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Hi  & ,

 

I had a discussion with our chart developers to get as much information on your queries as possible.

 

I have some good news regarding the negative values, this is already possible. To enter a negative value you would need to double click on the Fibonacci drawing to bring up the customization box. From here you can manually change the figures to negative by adding a - in front of the number.

 

The option to place labels on the left/right or center of the drawing is something that is already being looked into so it is coming, however I was not able to get a definitive date as yet.

 

Extending the Fibonacci levels indefinitely could prove quite tricky, but after discussing it with the developers they believe it is worth looking into so this could also possibly be something they could add in the near future.

 

Thank you for all your suggestions, they will certainly improve the Fibonacci drawing. Please let us know of any other improvements you can think of.

 

Thanks

Anton

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