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  2. oops, sorry, disregard that about alert trendlines - the horizontal alert trendlines will show on different types of intraday charts (time based and Tick charts for example). Not horizontal and intraday
  3. How do I get the Horizontal Alert Trendlines that I draw on Historical charts to show on Intraday charts?
  4. the whole point of the trace linking is to be able to link different symbols. And with different symbols, you have completely different Y axis ranges, so what you are proposing will not work. Historical charts and intraday charts cannot share annotation/trendlines except horizontal alert trendlines. Not something that will change.
  5. How do I do the two following things: When using Autoscroll have the cross-hair follow the Y-axis (price) on the other charts instead of snapping to the close of the candle. Have trendlines from the Historical Daily charts appear on the Intraday charts. If these are not possible when, will you implement them soon. Thank you
  6. Last week
  7. 😀 I really thought this request wasn't much different than what you already do with the global scans. You know how the sausage is made, so I defer to your judgement
  8. even if we did have it for every row, we would still have to find the point X minutes back to compare to and repeat that every tick which is basically what the alert and paintbars do
  9. I think you're suggesting you don't have the 'total volume' stored in the database, so it would have to be calculated., where price is a single data point. Well, if thats a deal killer so be it (posted this before reading your reply) Are you talking about the ability to run more than one discreet scan (they would run serially, as many as the user stacked) in the same port ? That would be nice.
  10. if you add the global alert for that, MT has to do the same computation as paintbars for each symbol. That involves a lot of CPU and Memory usage. It is not just a matter of taking 2 numbers and showing the difference, which is what the stuff in the quote columns is. If you want to see the same values, you can do so with Scan, but we don't want to do such computed columns as built in because 1) there can be quite a few different permutations, and 2) the quotes are supposed to be fast and light. Not something that is supposed to use tons of CPU/memory. We do want to add multi-result scans in the future, which will make doing stuff like this easier for end-users.
  11. $TICK for TD Ameritrade datafeed should now be fixed
  12. Well, totally confused as to what the diff is. Global alert is for all open ports , no? What's the structural diff between detecting the % price move in X minutes, and % volume increase in X minutes?
  13. Alerts compute that stuff per symbol per alert (same as paintbar). That is not the same as in the portfolio.
  14. cmon Jerry, you know me better than that GLOBAL ALERT Moving Up/down % You have a within X minutes options
  15. we don't get % change in last X minutes. Only options we have are either regular change (and %) which is from Previous close, or from Open
  16. Same way you get the % change in the last X minutes If that's not an issue, neither should this be.
  17. When you say "Take last SIZE" - where is that last size coming from? If that is from the Last Size column in the portfolio, that's the last trade's size. Which means that the volume increase would be only for the last trade. That's not what you want. When you say "Size last X minutes" - without going back and looking at past data, how exactly can we get that?
  18. I thought you had access to current volume , without needed to add up bars If so, then all you need to do is Take last SIZE, subtract from CURRENT VOLUME, and divide that new value by SIZE, to get the % increase in volume Im referring to. Size last X minutes = 50,000 Current volume =200,000 200,000-50,000 = 150,000 150,000/50,000 = 33% increase in size over last X minutes If somehow you don't have current volume as a single data point, then you'd have to calculate it. Not sure why this is any harder than the % price move scan already built in
  19. In order to know the volume increase you have to know either what the cumulative volume was X minutes ago, or to have a running queue of all ticks for the last X minutes and add up those volumes. Either way, that's a "chart" kind of thing, and not just simple L1 data. That's what Jerry meant by "requires chart/paintbar machinery to compute".
  20. hmmm.. thought if you already have volume increase data, all you need is the current total volume to calculate what % increase that represents.
  21. sorry for not getting back to you earlier. was tied up so couldn't check during the day. there is definitely something wrong with the $TICK data coming from TDA. I compared to other sources. Does not seem to be in the right range. I am checking with their people about it now.
  22. Right forgot about that option thanks YHOO works
  23. y, will report it to them. Meanwhile, select "Backfill Using..." and select a different source. If you don't have another to use, just select Yahoo
  24. My version is 1.1.8650.1 x64
  25. For some reason there is no historical data for MTCH Intra day is fine back 3 or 4 days. The feed for historical is missing MTCH
  26. When you start Medved Trader it will tell you version in the center green box below the bull picture. You can also go to File then to Help and click on About Medved Trader.
  27. Click for latest says I have the latest version. I don't know how to get actual number.
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