How to add My Tools toolbar to ThinkorSwim

magicfon

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How to open the toolbar marked by red? Thanks!

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First you would have to save a specific timeframe as a style. You can do that by clicking on the Style option > Save Style... > give it a name. Then, to enable the fixed toolbar, you go to Chart's Settings > My Tools > On Each Chart.

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Nick

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That is the "My Tools" feature, which provides little shortcuts to chart styles and study sets. Open the chart setting and under General Tab, checked "My tools" and select "on each chart".
 

magicfon

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Great! Thank you very much!

For the Toolbar to change grids like that with one click go to Settings and under my tools select on for each chart. Then you can save different style and time frames or study sets and change it with on click on that panel or your entire grid
 

BenTen

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First you would have to save a specific timeframe as a style. You can do that by clicking on the Style option > Save Style... > give it a name. Then, to enable the fixed toolbar, you go to Chart's Settings > My Tools > On Each Chart.

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eugchen

Member
on the posted bar under the quote, anyway to add more of these studies and tools? i want those 7 that i have, but i want to add a drawing tool for "time level". am i forced to kick one out to add this time level tool? or any other way to get a shortcut for this on TOS?

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rad14733

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on the posted bar under the quote, anyway to add more of these studies and tools? i want those 7 that i have, but i want to add a drawing tool for "time level". am i forced to kick one out to add this time level tool? or any other way to get a shortcut for this on TOS?

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I am not aware of any way to make TOS do more than it already does... We can only work within the constraints of the Thinkorswim platform... You could put in a request ticket through Thinkorswim but I doubt it would merit enough priority to be added to the workload... But, hey, you never know...
 

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