Allow results of change function to show in percentage

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  • #61917
    Yan
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    Hi there,

    I just notice this detail.

    If we open a chart with change function over different timeframes, the result that we can is between -1 to 1.

    I try to change the price scales for them but there is no percentage option.  And if i define the script format to percentage, the output results will remains the same.

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    So can we add percentage as one of the price scale option ? Or how you guys deal with that ?

    Thanks

    #61919
    Yan
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    sorry, i mean have percentage as an option for all indicators.

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    Mathew
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    Hi Yan,

    What function are you using?

    When I use CHANGE(INT_TYPE=Year), the result is in the range -100 to 100

    All the best

    Mathew

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    Yan
    #61933
    Yan
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    Hi Yan,

    What function are you using?

    When I use CHANGE(INT_TYPE=Year), the result is in the range -100 to 100

    All the best

    Mathew

    Hi Mathew,

    Thanks for the reply. I forgot that i have 2 different scripts for the same indicator.

    In fact, one of them is the normal change fuction divinde with 100, i use that in the watchlist in order to show the result in percentage. That’s the script that i use in the picture above.

    It has been a long time that i just forgot completely that this one is not fit for the chart. it’s a little wired but not big deal.

    Thanks and have a good day.

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