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Drawings on online charts with different timeframes

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I've noticed that drawings I make on say the 10 min interval charts appear on charts with a different interval say daily.  This just clutters up the daily chart and I was wondering if there was a setting to restrict the visibility of the drawing to the chart it was made in or better still to select the interval that drawing should appear in.

Thanks very much in advance.

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Hey @psycho,

I think drawings are not per interval. However, you can toggle drawings visibility in the "Show" menu. Does that help?

 

 

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Thank you for your suggestion @GavinB .  Unfortunately it doesn't help as there are other drawings on the chart I want to see

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I have found , alas, that the only drawings that are transferable between time frames with any accuracy are the horizontal ones

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