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Hi - is it possible to sync activities on multiple charts? For example, I like to look at charts for different time periods, one on top of each other (e.g. 1 hour, 4 hour and 1 day chart) and  then add indicators which appear on all charts?

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13 minutes ago, wixy24 said:

Hi - is it possible to sync activities on multiple charts? For example, I like to look at charts for different time periods, one on top of each other (e.g. 1 hour, 4 hour and 1 day chart) and  then add indicators which appear on all charts?

Thanks

Hi, there are two ways to do that but first set up a template chart with indicators then right click > save as > and name the template which can then be applied to any chart. Then either use the split screen function to have up to 4 different time frames of the same asset in one 'workspace', or create a different time frame chart in a new workspace, you can have as many as you want and just click through the workspaces  to bring each chart up in turn. 

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Thanks for the prompt response. What i was also looking for was having done this, if I then move my cursor so the price changes on the right hand vertical axis of the upper chart or lower chart (I've set up an 1 hour and 4 hour on top of each other), then the cursor/price does not show on the second chart, so they are not synchronised. Is this possible?

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34 minutes ago, wixy24 said:

Thanks for the prompt response. What i was also looking for was having done this, if I then move my cursor so the price changes on the right hand vertical axis of the upper chart or lower chart (I've set up an 1 hour and 4 hour on top of each other), then the cursor/price does not show on the second chart, so they are not synchronised. Is this possible?

Not sure what you mean but as you've seen the web based platform won't layer different time frames of the same asset on top of each other, it's either side by side or in a different workspace, the MT4 platform will though.

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Hopefully the attachment will add some clarity...I've set up a daily and 1hr screen on top of each other. On the 1 hr chart my cursor is showing that the horizontal line is saying a price of 6672.9. This is not showing on the daily chart, which suggests that they are not directly synched.

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