Posting Charts This is only a test do not read.

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Joe, Feb 5, 2007.

  1. Joe

    Joe

    To add charts type your message.
    Then Click the browse button at the bottom of the page.
     
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  2. Joe

    Joe

    Then select the picture/chart you would like to upload.
     
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  3. Joe

    Joe

    Once selected.
    Make sure that everything matches with the picture I have provided.
     
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  4. Joe

    Joe

    After you do that see picture.
     
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  5. Joe

    Joe

    Then, click submit reply.
     
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  6. Joe

    Joe

    There it is.
     
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  7. Joe

    Joe

    Common problems.

    I can't find my chart.
    You may be in the wrong folder in your computer. Use #1 and #5 to navigate.

    Also it may be that you don't have view "All files" selected. Make sure that it is selected. Use Item's 3 and 4.

    It doesn't upload the chart I want.
    Make sure it is the correct chart name. #2
     
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  8. Joe

    Joe

    Here is the chart.
     
  9. Joe

    Joe

    Or you may want to post your chart like others do. This is a little difficult.

    To do this use the code attached below. I believe this cart was from Spydertrader.

    <img src=http://www.elitetrader.com/vb/attachment.php?s=&postid=1346565>
     
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  10. how do I save the chart to my computer to upload it.

    each time I try to save it, in the "Save as type:" section, it says, "Web Page, complete (*.htm;*,*.html)

    In your example I noticed it says "All files"

    Thanks for the help. I'm still living in the 20th century.
     
    #10     Feb 6, 2007