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Does anyone know how to use Gann fan on web platform?

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Gann fans work nicely on PRT, but on the web platform they move around as you zoom in and out or change time frames.  It makes no sense, there must be something I'm doing wrong.  For example if I draw a Gann fan from the lowest point to the next low candle, then zoom or change time frame the lines completely move around.  Also if I set a specific angle (45) and then zoom or change time frame all the fan lines move significantly..

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On 16/11/2019 at 14:14, backwardation said:

Gann fans work nicely on PRT, but on the web platform they move around as you zoom in and out or change time frames.  It makes no sense, there must be something I'm doing wrong.  For example if I draw a Gann fan from the lowest point to the next low candle, then zoom or change time frame the lines completely move around.  Also if I set a specific angle (45) and then zoom or change time frame all the fan lines move significantly..

@backwardation, thanks for your feedback message. I've just tested this myself and can see the issue. I've contacted someone to look into this issue and will update you when I get updated. 

Apologies for the inconvenience. 

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13 hours ago, CharlotteIG said:

@backwardation, thanks for your feedback message. I've just tested this myself and can see the issue. I've contacted someone to look into this issue and will update you when I get updated. 

Apologies for the inconvenience. 

@CharlotteIG thanks for your reply.  

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