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FIGURE 14.11 In JavaCharts, many kinds of information appear in the same panel, such as the chart toppers, the index list, styles, studies, and watch lists.
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FIGURE 14.10 The left panel in Java
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hidden or made visible. Modules were discussed at length in 3 of this book. Accessing the drawing tools is also accomplished somewhat differently. In JavaCharts, the drawn objects can be accessed only through the Tools menu (Figure 14.12). The only customization available is for Fibonacci studies, and that is accomplished via a single dialog box. In other words, instead of accessing individual customization screens for the independent Fibonacci studies, JavaCharts users go to a general Customize Fibonacci dialog box to adjust the settings for the various Fibonacci drawings. ProphetCharts, on the other hand, provides access to the tools both through menus as well as the toolbar (Figure 14.13). Any tool can be
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FIGURE 14.12 All of the drawing tools are housed in the Tools menu in
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FIGURE 14.13 The toolbar is attached to the bottom of ProphetCharts by default but can be dragged to any side of the applet or even made into a free- oating toolbar.
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selected from the toolbar, and clicking the small triangle in the lower-right corner of any tool icon will produce the customization dialog for that speci c tool. It should also be noted that the toolbar itself can be docked to any side of the ProphetCharts applet as well as be used as a free- oating toolbar anywhere in the middle of the charting area. All you need to do is click on the leftmost portion of the toolbar and drag it to any side of the price pane where you want it to dock. If you want it to oat freely, drag it anywhere except to any of the four sides. Of course, the biggest difference between JavaCharts and Prophet Charts in terms of drawn objects and some would argue this is Prophet Charts biggest advantage because the objects can be modi ed once they are laid down. Thanks to the anchor points provided when you double-
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click a drawn object, you can adjust the position and size of any object down to single-pixel precision. This is a huge advantage for those who take care in the accuracy of their chart embellishments. The dialog box that is most different when comparing JavaCharts to ProphetCharts is the one used for applying multiple technical studies (as well as creating custom studies). Figure 14.14 shows the dialog box in JavaCharts. There are no graphics in it whatever. The application and definition of multiple studies is achieved through a series of dropdown menus, entry boxes, and buttons. You do not have much in the way of control as to the order of the studies, so you have to carefully apply them in the order desired. You can superimpose the lower studies by checking the Superimpose lower studies checkbox, but it is an all-or-nothing decision. You cannot select which lower studies to superimpose. It will simply use all of them. The dialog box for technical studies in ProphetCharts (Figure 14.15) is altogether different. It is more of a drag-and-drop, GUI-style interface.
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FIGURE 14.14 The dialog box for technical studies in JavaCharts consists mainly of dropdown menus.
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FIGURE 14.15 The dialog box for technical studies in ProphetCharts is more of
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This dialog box was discussed at length in 6, but brie y, this dialog box allows you to (a) drag and drop studies into target panes, thus allowing a high level of control; (b) drag panes into any arbitrary order you wish; (c) customize the appearance of any single study; (d) combine studies into panes, thus giving you the ability to leave speci c studies on their own and combine others; and (e) choose what data source to use as a basis for the calculation of a study. For instance, you might decide to use the high price for a simple moving average instead of the close.
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