I wanted to learn how to do a few more DYO’s in Ensign and I have no clue how to do this so just hoping someone who knows Ensign might be. Downloading Templates from Ensign’s Web Site 6 . However, this DYO example will use 3 prices from the prior 60 minute period. The 3 prices. We have been very busy for the past year redesigning Ensign’ charting package to . The DYO has full control to manage the spread sheet for sending data.
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I hoped someone could help me with Ensign Chart package. I want to chart a daily spread of 2 futures contracts simple enough you would think. I can chart the correct data for both legs with ease, so I know Ensign has the correct data to make the spread chart with. When I create the spread chart though, I find that the last most recent value does not plot.
I can see that Ensign has the right value if I put my cursor over where the last price should be, I just can’t see it. This is driving me mad as I need to SEE the spread lines last value in order to make decisions.
I can’t trade without it, so its getting urgent. I may have to go back to e-signal. I have tried the Ensign Help chat, email, etc but have not had any luck.
I hoped eneign here could help.
Thanks for the reply. I have tried both overlay and custom symbols. Both have the same problem. I don’t know enough yet about the DYO study. As for Ensign Support, I mean I tried the on-line help, live chat who told me to e-mail the issue. I e-mailed my problem, and I got an e-mail back saying: This kind of frustrates me even more because now I know EW can do what I want to do, but it must be something silly like a setting I havent checked.
Anyway, attatched is a chart of my problem. The ohlc bars show Z6 and is fine. Note the blue line. It shows the missing value on the spread line. I can’t see a corresponding spread value for that last bar on the chart. Why dont you look at help section of Ensign.
Moreover, when I requested help on spread chart creation over a year a ago; they emailed me a link to a video showing how to create spread charts Spread charts can be opened in two ways. There are 2 minus signs that separate the symbols.
The first symbol will be the host, the second symbol will be the overlay spread symbol. Enter the Time Frame after the 2nd symbol. Open the Properties window for the Overlay, and then select ‘Spread Line’ or ‘Spread Chart’ from the ‘Chart Type’ drop-down list to cause the Overlay chart to be subtracted from the Host. The resulting spread calculation will be displayed on the Host chart as either a Line or as Spread Bars.
Optional multipliers or price offsets can be entered in the ‘Parameters’ panel to adjust the value of the Host and Overlay ensifn data. The selections of ‘Spread Chart’ ensiyn ‘Ratio Chart’ will plot as bars, where open prices give a specific point for the open evaluation, close prices give the close evaluation, and then the high and low of the bars is the maximum or minimum evaluations from the pairings.
This is the best reconstitution of the bar range that we can assemble after the fact from the bar history. Fader – yes, I have refreshed both charts, but no success.
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Roctrend – Reading the on-line help was my first port of call some weeks ago believe it or not! I have also watched the video. I have also confirmed in the on-line duo with Ensign that the way I am creating the charts is correct. I have also updated my package to the most recent release updated yesterday. Spoo, why don’t you use live support? Emails take 2nd place to live calls for help.
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I have a working spread charts running! Anyway, support have kindly updated EW so I can build charts right up to the chart scale. How many people think e-signal would have been this responsive?? Im a very happy Ensign Windows customer now. It does everything I want and loads more. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
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