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I'm seeing an issue in which when I am selecting a range with my cross-hair and drawing a dotted trend-line but not hitting 'ctrl-d' to enable actually rendering the line, my mouse starts to lag. The cross-hair also becomes slushy while this is occurring. I went into task manager/performance and I can see that this action is topping out a core on the processor up to 100%.
As long as the select is in use, that core is just pegged and the software becomes laggy.
I have a decently spec'd machine
32GB 3200Mhz RAM
1060 GTX 6GB
Any thoughts on this? I can easily open a ticket and submit a video if necessary.
Thanks Bruce. That helps.
Is this forced key function something that needs to be enabled? I am selecting the SHIFT key and nothing is happening.
Odd. I've seen them disappear when I share the study. I'll try it again.
Is there anyway to add it as a value which can set and modified via the applet interface as an option?
Hi, Thanks for your reply.
However, this is something I would like to have added to an indicator, not a price chart.
Let's say I have a custom modified Stocastics indicator... how can I add the upper and lower 'overbought' or 'oversold' horizontal lines to be integral to the 'study' vs. just drawing them in each time?
Can you also send me the latest revision of this indicator? Thanks in advance!