Anyone use esignal 60-min charts for pit-traded commodities? (or any minute time frame for that matter) A default esignal 60-minute chart always begins its first 60-min bar at the top of the hour. This is fine for commodities that open up for trading at the top of the hour, like cocoa, sugar, oj, crude oil, as those commodities will have its first 60-min bar painted with a full 60 minutes of data. But for commodities that open on the half-hour, like cotton, corn, wheat, soybeans, their first 60-min bar will only consist of 30 minutes of data, as the the second 60-min bar begins painting only 30 minutes after those commodities open for trading. They are getting cheated out of 30 minutes worth of data on the first 60-min bar. Same goes for the stock market that opens on the half-hour. The only way I see working around this little glitch is to create new time templates for groups of commodities. But even so, I'd still have to toggle the time template everytime I switch charts to look at a different commodity. Quite annoying, time consuming, and frustrating to do the toggling. Anyone else noticed or have a solution to this problem? That's the one thing that qcharts had over esignal. Qcharts recognized each commodity separately in any chart, and "knew" what times each commodity traded at.