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brentcadd1
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msg #90408
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3/26/2010 11:35:46 AM

Needing to make a feature request for the web-based environment. I'm seeing that I'm starting to use a lot of upper studies (eg. EMA(), LinRegr(), etc...) and having a lot of lines present on the graph, but these are very useful in studying the movement of the stock. Thought about separating these out into different filters, but it is better for these to remain together so as to get a better picture of the movement.

Can I request a very simple feature from stockfetcher that would allow these lines to be put into shadow mode with some type of command directive at the beginning of the filter. And, when we display the stock graphs within our browser environment and move our crosshair over the actual indicator definition (at the top of graph) that it would highlight only that indicator line on the graph. This would allow us to study the indicator itself against the candlestick movement and allow the color line confusion to not exist when you have several lines at once hitting a given area around the candlestick.

Is this possible from StockFetcher?


PS. If stockfetcher 2.0 is the answer, please consider providing improvements still within the web-based environment. The web environment has a better display characteristic in studying the stock movement I've noticed. This is what has drawn me
back to stockfetcher is the web display environment.

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