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There doesn’t seem to be any way to display the the level name on the tool or tips window.
I hope this could be added as an enhancement in future.
Which tool are you looking at? Can you please give us more information?
All the best
Thx for responding to this.
Primarily i been looking at Calender Day Intervals (CDI) tool, but i guess it could apply to other tools e.g Trading Day Intervals.
As an example, I setup the intervals of my interest.
In the CDI tool, I setup “levels” and provide”name” and “value”
e.g Name = Fib61, Value = 62
On the chart it draws the line based on value above.
But when i hover over the line with mouse, it does not show the “Fib61” Name of the line. (this is my primary requirement)
Additionally, if we can add the “Name” as an option in the ‘Visible Labels’ function of the CDI tool will be great.
I hope that makes sense.
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