TradingView introduces shortcuts to improve work with charts


Financial visualization platform TradingView, which recently released its Charting Library 1.5, keeps an eye on simplifying the charting experience for traders.

The TradingView team has introduced a number of shortcuts seeking to improve the work with charts.

To clone a graphical object:

  • Point mouse cursor on a drawn object;
  • Hold CTRL and use left mouse button to drag a cloned object.

To make a circle out of ellipse:

  • Select Ellipse on the drawing toolbar;
  • Put its first point on a chart;
  • Hold SHIFT and put the second point to define diameter of the circle.

To make a square out of rectangle:

  • Select Rectangle on the drawing toolbar;
  • Put its first point on chart;
  • Hold SHIFT and put the second point to define diagonal length of the square.

To draw a multiple of 45 degrees angle:

  • Select a trend object on the drawing toolbar, e.g. Trend Line;
  • Put its first point on chart;
  • Hold SHIFT and move mouse cursor to choose an angle.

This shortcut is applicable to Trend Line, Trend Angle, Disjoint Angle, Flat Top/Bottom, Ray, Parallel Channel.

For more details about the shortcuts, click here.

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