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msg #51893
Ignore SFMc01
5/31/2007 9:25:46 AM

Sometimes when I test using offset my chart shows a shaded area back the number of days of the offset and sometimes it doesn't. This shading is very helpful in seeing exactly what has happened the day after the selected day and subsequent days. I would like to cause this shading every time but I don't know how to do it. Anyone have a suggestion please?

206 posts
msg #51895
Ignore lockwhiz
5/31/2007 4:00:58 PM

...any time I use the offset, I have the shaded region. If your initial results show the Performance column, then it should be shaded.... if not you may just have a typo in your screen. Post your screen that isn't being shaded, and I will help you out....

If its within SF 2.0, .... some of the themes don't show this offset to well .... change your theme ....

2,824 posts
msg #51897
Ignore nikoschopen
5/31/2007 5:19:52 PM

It's usually related to how complicated ure filters are. For example, I have screeners with a maze of set() statements. With these, the shade is missing altogether from the chart when date offset is used. In such a case, I bring up the same chart using the less convoluted filter to make the comparison.

70 posts
msg #51910
Ignore dbyrt
6/1/2007 12:35:48 PM

This is certainly something I've noticed too. Shading seems to come and go depending on complexity of scan. Kind of annoying not to be there every time.

1 posts
msg #51995
Ignore adfish
6/5/2007 9:40:32 PM

I've experienced the "shading" problem too. I find that if I click the "fetch stocks" button twice (instead of once) it fixes the shading issue.

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