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  • Custom title You can rename your chart panel as desired.

  • Use custom tick size This setting is particularly useful for highly volatile instruments like BTC or Nasdaq (NQ) futures. It aggregates multiple specified tick levels into a single level, often used for a more compact display of Level2 data, Volume Profile, or Cluster charts. For example, you can see a Bitcoin chart compressed at $10 intervals, offering a clearer view of Level2 indicator.

  • Time Zone These are the time zone settings for the chart.

  • Mouse wheel action This defines the action that occurs when the user rotates the mouse wheel.

  • Mouse wheel + CTRL action.

  • Mouse wheel + SHIFT action. For all Mouse wheel actions, there are four options available: Scroll, Zoom of the Chart Area, Zoom to Cursor, and Price scale Zoom.

  • Drawings default availability If you choose 'All Charts with the Same Symbol,' all drawings will be applied to other charts with the same asset (ticker). This also allows you to change the color settings of the drawings on all charts at the same time.

  • Plates alignment mode. The option controls the placement of indicator names on the chart within the Quantower platform. It offers two display modes: Vertical and Horizontal.

  • Window colors. Settings for the background color on the chart.

  • The Abbreviation Rules option gives you the ability to simplify the values of trading sizes for easier readability. There are 3 options for Format Mode: Default: This option displays values as is, without any abbreviation or rounding. Round to: This option rounds values after the decimal point to the specified number of decimal places.

    Abbreviate: This option abbreviates values to the shortest form, such as "K" for thousands, "M" for millions, etc.

  • Crosshair. These are the settings of the cursor and its visibility on charts with one symbol (asset).

  • Grid. Settings for the grid lines on the chart (horizontal and vertical grid).

  • Time to next bar. These are settings for displaying time to the next bar and changing its color.

  • Additional. It is used to enable/disable toolbars and misc data on a chart.

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