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Guest tehka

Hello, 

Hows everyone doing? I am not sure if this questions been asked before, but how need my price to display as Heiken Ashi sticks instead of regular candlesticks. Any idea how to do this?

Thank you

 

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19 minutes ago, Guest tehka said:

Hello, 

Hows everyone doing? I am not sure if this questions been asked before, but how need my price to display as Heiken Ashi sticks instead of regular candlesticks. Any idea how to do this?

Thank you

 

hi, not available on the online platform as yet and yes this has been requested before and put forward for consideration but additional requests will add weight.

Currently for HA or Renko charts you would need to use either the MT4 or the Prorealtime platforms.

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Web platform seems to be a bit slow at times (on a system with 5GB graphics card, Xeon CPU and 16GB RAM).  PRT is faster, even although it's written in Java.  lol!

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Guest Phil

Was wondering why this wasn't available?

Cheers

Phil 

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Guest Heiken Man

Please, please, please add Heiken-ASHI to the web platform

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