FX:GBPUSD   British Pound/U.S. Dollar
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$GBPUSD long. When price consolidates and pushes through resistance session after session I'd rather go with it.
I figured it out just now. For some reason, the data bar is open, and this prevents the right scale from displaying, no matter what (with these links, anyway). But if I close it, I can see the scale then.
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danewilliamsau SetagayaGirl
Cheers for bringing this up and sorting it out though. Equally as frustrating for me not knowing if others can see what I'm sharing.
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SetagayaGirl PRO danewilliamsau
No problem of course. What Tradingview needs to know, I guess, is that if for some reason data pane is open when an embedded chart is opened, it covers right scale no matter what. But, once someone figures this out, and closes the data pane in an embedded chart, then you can see the scale, and the closed data pane becomes the default view for subsequent linked views-- you don't have to keep closing it every time.

And, this toggling of the data pane is completely independent of any charts that you have open from the normal application. I always have mine open to a watchlist when I use the program, but now that I have set it to be closed on these embedded links, it stays closed.

Whew, I think that about covers it. :)
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Why can't I see an entry level, a price limit and a price stop, nor a scale?
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danewilliamsau SetagayaGirl
I don't get why you can't see any of this. Go to Twitter and show me what you see?
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