|08-09-2010, 11:44 AM||#1|
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Constrain trendlines with shift key
I'm used to the drawing tool convention (at least on Mac) of the shift key constraining drawing to the nearest x/y axis. I desire this ability when drawing lines on my NT charts.
I'm not seeing that it's currently implemented this way.
Is there some other key that is being used to force contrained drawing or is it just not implemented?
To be clear, I'm not talking about using the horizonatal or vertical line drawing tools. I'm referring to constraining drawing using the basic line tool. As well, I'm not referring to drawing while in snap mode which accomplishes something different.
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