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How do you make a heading in "Your Chartlists" Bold ?

How do you make a heading in "Your Chartlists" class"Bold" so that it stands out and you can more easily find a particular saved category of lists?

Best Answer

  • gordgord admin
    edited February 2016 Accepted Answer
    Yes it is possible with a little HTML coding in the chart list name. Just use <b> for bold on and then </b> for bold off.

    Here's an example







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  • markdmarkd ✭✭✭
    Maybe there is some way to format the font for list names, but I haven't found it.

    But you can get creative with the naming - for instance, grouping things by number and/or using special characters:

    10 01 01 00 00 * * * * * ROC industries leading ROC sectors leading SPX * * * * *
    10 01 01 00 10 ROC industries leading ROC sectors leading SPX - Energy
    10 01 01 00 15 ROC industries leading ROC sectors leading SPX - Materials
    etc.

    the top list is actually empty, but it's worth wasting a list to make the group easier to find.

    Note also that if you have lists that can be grouped, if they have similar starting numbers they are easier to see when you scroll.
  • Thank, the empty list is a good idea, to give separation and to make a group stand out.

    I was just wondering how the Bold Headings are arrived at, when we incorporate the "Chart Packs" from Arthur Hill, Decision Point, and the Stockcharts Essential Chart Pack into our Chartlists.
  • markdmarkd ✭✭✭
    @gord so that's it! Thanks, Gord.
  • It works like a charm and makes the Chartlist look professional and the categories easy to find. Kudos to both of you Praiseworthy Gentlemen !
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