This is not the same way I usually do channels. It's just another experiment with combining 3 channel sizes in levels on one very large size. The arcs are the same as IBM which is also published. .874 and 1 go together well on many charts, but the scale has to be set for them to show up. Usually I try to find direct swings first..A swing on one arc hitting 2 points.
If you make any discoveries about this particular channel idea, let me know.
2. The ANCHOR method. 2 points are attached by the magnet tool to real points. The settings for the spacings remain, but depending on the angle and distance between the two real points the between the channels can vary greatly because it's NOT based on a consistent VERTICAL distance but just the ANCHOR set points.
3. This method where I just take a major channel size and use the major 33% divisions for approximating other channels running at the SAME angles as the larger channel. This means the smaller channels are more about levels of the larger and NOT really channels in themselves.
To use this method just "make it mine". The top right arrow on the chart.
As I mentioned. These are experiments...so practice anything BEFORE actually using it...to see if it produces the proper PREDICTIONS. That is the key. Unless a method can give you prediction accuracy it's just hindsite. That's why you test it yourself.