I have mine collapsed down to a minimum height and it serves only to indicate the time in a more visual way.
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study(title="TZSes", shorttitle="Timezones Sessions") // Timezones, Sessions t1 = time(period, "0700-1500") t2 = time(period, "1200-2000") t3= time(period, "2300-0700") trueday= time(period, "0500-0501") TD = na(trueday) ? na: #ffffff90 London = na(t1) ? na : #ff990090 NY = na(t2) ? na : #0099ff90 Tokyo = na(t3) ? na: #cc339990 bgcolor(London, title="London") bgcolor(NY, title="New York") bgcolor(Tokyo, title="Tokyo") bgcolor(TD, title="True Day")