Planetary Longitude Positions

Optuma Forums Feature Requests Planetary Longitude Positions

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  • #49899
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    Marcus
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    Hey Guys,

    I’ve searched hi and lo thru the existing tool offering for this one, but I can’t see it in the current offering… So, here goes…

    Tool request is simply (hopefully), a label that can be placed on a bar in a chart that shows the planetary longitude in a tabulated format. 

    As an example, say the AUD/USD pairing…

    Friday, 16 November 2018

    Open

    High 

    Low Close

    Astro Positions (Heliocentric) (-6.00GMT)

    Mercury 53.82

    Venus 66.23

    Earth 53.82

    Mars 14.51

    Jupiter 243.16

    Saturn 280.11

    Uranus 30.81

    Neptune 345.49

    Pluto 290.67

     

    Now, I know there is the Planetary Labels tool available, but that is used for connecting two different bars to assess the travel and angle of the selected planets, but this is not what I’m looking for.

    I see that if have the cross-hair on and have the Custom Labels set up with the “Show Cross-hair Labels” switched on, it does give exactly what I’m looking for as a snapshot, but I’d like to be able to attach it as a label. Hopefully this is an easy request>>>???

    Is this something I could maybe program myself?

    Regards,

    Marcus 

    #49903
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    Marcus
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    I guess I’m looking for the Ephemeris tool in a tabulated format…

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    Mathew
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    Hi Marcus,

    Unfortunately we have nothing like that. The only option would be to use the Pascal programming because I was not able to do it in scripting either.

    Do you already have the programming module?

    All the best

    Mathew

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    Thomas F.
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    Hi,

    I made nearly the same recommendation some time ago.

    See my posts with the title topics “Planets Position Label”, September 11, 2017, 1 year, 2 months ago and “Astro Label Tool”, September 8, 2017, 1 year, 2 months ago.

    Thanks,

    Thomas

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    Marcus
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    Hey Mathew,

    I’m not sure if I have the programming module. how would I check that.

     

    Thomas, thanks for pointing out your previous request. Seems like we are in a similar boat. If I work out the programming, which is not likely as I’m no programmer, I’ll let you know. I spend a phenomenal amount of time typing in the data!

     

    Cheers,

    Marcus

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    Mathew
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    Just wait on this one – we are exploring a couple of options that may be able to fast track this.

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    Marcus
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    Hey Matt,

    Looking forward to this tool mate.

    Cheers,
    Marcus

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    Marcus
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    Poke….

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    Trevor R
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    Hi Marcus,

    You will find a “Planetary Longitude Label” tool I recently created on the Auld Tyma Data web site. Take a look at it and see if it shows what you want.

    Here is a screenshot of the Tool applied to a chart:

    20190303 Planetary Longitude Label

    Cheers

    Trevor

    The Auld Tyma at

    Auld Tyma Data Logo with URL 1 cm

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    Trevor R
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    … Oops, duplicated my post. Pressing buttons too quicklyfrown

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    Marcus
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    Thanks Trevor,

    I’m on to it…. just sent the payment.. Hopefully you will provide support for the tool in the even of Optuma future upgrade if required.

    Cheers,

     

    Marcus

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