# Question on moving chart bubble to right

#### csricksdds

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I think I've tried every formula for moving bubble on a chart but keep getting multiple bubbles instead of a single. I would like to move it +6 to right? This is my current part of chart where I have added bubble:

def pO = open(period = analysisPeriod);
plot periodOpen = if (!showAllPeriods and currentPeriod) or showAllPeriods then pO else Double.NaN;
periodOpen.AssignValueColor(GlobalColor("Period Open"));
periodOpen.SetPaintingStrategy(PaintingStrategy.HORIZONTAL);

plot static1 = periodopen;
static1.AssignValueColor(color.White);

def limit1 = !IsNaN(close) and IsNaN(close [-1] ) && HighestAll(BarNumber());

Solution
I think I've tried every formula for moving bubble on a chart but keep getting multiple bubbles instead of a single. I would like to move it +6 to right? This is my current part of chart where I have added bubble:

def pO = open(period = analysisPeriod);
plot periodOpen = if (!showAllPeriods and currentPeriod) or showAllPeriods then pO else Double.NaN;
periodOpen.AssignValueColor(GlobalColor("Period Open"));
periodOpen.SetPaintingStrategy(PaintingStrategy.HORIZONTAL);

plot static1 = periodopen;
static1.AssignValueColor(color.White);

def limit1 = !IsNaN(close) and IsNaN(close [-1] ) && HighestAll(BarNumber());

1. The bubblemover input moves the bubble sideways...
I think I've tried every formula for moving bubble on a chart but keep getting multiple bubbles instead of a single. I would like to move it +6 to right? This is my current part of chart where I have added bubble:

def pO = open(period = analysisPeriod);
plot periodOpen = if (!showAllPeriods and currentPeriod) or showAllPeriods then pO else Double.NaN;
periodOpen.AssignValueColor(GlobalColor("Period Open"));
periodOpen.SetPaintingStrategy(PaintingStrategy.HORIZONTAL);

plot static1 = periodopen;
static1.AssignValueColor(color.White);

def limit1 = !IsNaN(close) and IsNaN(close [-1] ) && HighestAll(BarNumber());

1. The bubblemover input moves the bubble sideways, both left and right by the number of bars input.
2. The !IsNaN(close[b+1]) and IsNaN(close ) added to limit1 with a bubblemover input of -1 are the same as !IsNaN(close) and IsNaN(close [-1]). This identifies the position of the current bar on the chart.
3. The image shows the bubble moved 6 spaces to the right of the current bar on the chart.
4. Make sure you have your expansion area set with enough bars to display the moved bubble.

Code:
``````def pO = open(period = aggregationPeriod.FIVE_MIN);
plot periodOpen = pO;
#if (!showAllPeriods and currentPeriod) or showAllPeriods then pO else Double.NaN;
periodOpen.AssignValueColor(color.yellow);   #GlobalColor("Period Open"));
periodOpen.SetPaintingStrategy(PaintingStrategy.HORIZONTAL);

plot static1 = periodopen;
static1.AssignValueColor(color.White);

input bubblemover = 6;
def   b = bubblemover;
def limit1 = !IsNaN(close[b+1]) and IsNaN(close [b] );# && HighestAll(BarNumber());

#``````

1. The bubblemover input moves the bubble sideways, both left and right by the number of bars input.
2. The !IsNaN(close[b+1]) and IsNaN(close ) added to limit1 with a bubblemover input of -1 are the same as !IsNaN(close) and IsNaN(close [-1]). This identifies the position of the current bar on the chart.
3. The image shows the bubble moved 6 spaces to the right of the current bar on the chart.
4. Make sure you have your expansion area set with enough bars to display the moved bubble.
Thank you very much

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