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Change Chart Periodicity on Android



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Guest StevieB

The time interval can easily be changed if you 'full screen' the chart, but is there a way to choose a default interval for the chart on the general 'position detail' view (in other words, before you full screen it)?

For me, it used to be 1d, which i was okay with, but now it has somehow switched to 5m, which isn't what i want. It gets annoying having to always full screen the chart to change the interval, when sometimes i just want to take a quick look at the current state of several stocks. 

Hopefully i have described the issue clearly enough, and if anyone can help it would be appreciated! 

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