How to adjust the lower indicator's height

sfhehe

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I have 4 lower indicators, somehow I can't scroll up/down by max the TOS window (Worked once, but can't duplicate anymore). Right now the four indicators are using half of the chart.

Tried to adjust the height like removing the indicator's name (with parameters) from the lower space, but don't know-how.
 

rad14733

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@sfhehe Can you post an image that depicts the problem you are experiencing...??? I'm not aware of any way to scroll within Thinkorswim Chart panels... There is a horizontal scrollbar but not a vertical scrollbar... All we can do is increase/decrease the size of the lower indicators within the limitations of the application...
 

Ilya

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Its simple, if I understand the request, a picture would be helpful as per rad. However your mouse over the lines and drag down. You will have to do the top one first, then the rest. You need a big screen, otherwise its hard to grab the lines.
 

sfhehe

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Please see the red circles. I want to remove those to same some space. Or how to show all the indicators if I have more than four.
Thanks!
 

sfhehe

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Its simple, if I understand the request, a picture would be helpful as per rad. However your mouse over the lines and drag down. You will have to do the top one first, then the rest. You need a big screen, otherwise its hard to grab the lines.
Yes, I can. But you can't compress the picture more once reached a certain height.
 

rad14733

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@sfhehe What display resolution are you using...??? Are you on a laptop or desktop PC...??? You can only display so many lower indicators without them being too small to be useful... I can only run 3 or 4 lower indicators, depending on what they are...

One option is to go to the Style menu and use an alternate Data Box method... That removes the indicator headers...

Another option is to overlay multiple indicators in a single lower section...

And yet another option is to run two side-by-side panels and run the extra indicators in one of them... You can turn the chart subgraph off in Chart Settings... I've done this before myself... See example below...

Worst case scenario, upgrade to a higher resolution display or use multiple displays... My trading station has three displays powered by two PC's...

There comes a time when we have to pick our battles wisely...

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sfhehe

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@sfhehe What display resolution are you using...??? Are you on a laptop or desktop PC...??? You can only display so many lower indicators without them being too small to be useful... I can only run 3 or 4 lower indicators, depending on what they are...

One option is to go to the Style menu and use an alternate Data Box method... That removes the indicator headers...

Another option is to overlay multiple indicators in a single lower section...

And yet another option is to run two side-by-side panels and run the extra indicators in one of them... You can turn the chart subgraph off in Chart Settings... I've done this before myself... See example below...

Worst case scenario, upgrade to a higher resolution display or use multiple displays... My trading station has three displays powered by two PC's...

There comes a time when we have to pick our battles wisely...

lQ6yt5b.png
Thank you so much! the two charts grid is the solution.
I do have a high-resolution laptop but can't read if too small (even wear reading glasses).
I was trying to make the main chart bigger, so the databox mode is the solution I was looking for. Obviously, the databox mode looks bad.
Again, problem solved. Thanks!
 

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