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November 20, 2011, 05:19:58 AM
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I wish there was a charting platform that would allow us to interact with the actual chart, i.e. drawing trend lines, fibonnaci retracements etc, moving forwards or backwards along the same time reference. This looks exactly the same as what is already being offered at bitcoincharts.org.

Yes, exactly the same.

Just because Bitcoin Charts doesn't accept Bitcoinica (because we're not an exchange), we made Bitcoinica Charts.

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November 20, 2011, 05:20:36 AM
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Cool, will this be integrated into the site with the original blue look and feel?

The candlestick patterns are much more readable this way.

The new version won't include any charts. Now all charts will be accessible via this subdomain.

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November 20, 2011, 05:21:23 AM
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FYI: When you select the "huge" chart size, the area with the chart gets a horizontal scrollbar rather than resizing to hold everything.

The huge size is made for embedding. I didn't want to get into the mess of fluid layouts.

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November 20, 2011, 05:23:30 AM
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good work, zhou.

thanks

edit: it is the same framework as bitcoincharts.com .. what software has been used for it if i may ask?
edit2: arr, and there is this very cool feature at bitcoincharts: you can enable the framework to draw "large" indicators, beeing much easier to read that this miniature indicators..



1. I'm not sure about Bitcoin Charts. I'm using ChartDirector for Ruby.

2. I'm trying to improve this software, but no ETA yet. New version of Bitcoinica launching soon. Now I'm working hard on the landing page.

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November 20, 2011, 05:26:56 AM
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Looks like the off-the-shelf software ChartDirector.

I just hope it's GoDaddy-"Verified & Secured"! LOL

It is. I couldn't find some non-Flash charting software better than this.

Dealing with their Java-ish naming convention is a pain for a Ruby developer like me. But at least they support Ruby language.

Do we need SSL for this? The cookies of Bitcoinica are not accessible at subdomains. And since ChartDirector contains proprietary code, I have to run it on another server with a read-only database account, for security.

We have a wildcard SSL though. Will consider this option if really necessary.

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November 20, 2011, 06:05:32 AM
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dude, im trolling

substitute "i" with "it", my keyboards is fucked up Sad



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haha, nice one.

i meant s/i/it/ not s/i/it/g

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November 20, 2011, 11:41:18 AM
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good work, zhou.

thanks

edit: it is the same framework as bitcoincharts.com .. what software has been used for it if i may ask?
edit2: arr, and there is this very cool feature at bitcoincharts: you can enable the framework to draw "large" indicators, beeing much easier to read that this miniature indicators..



2. Now the first technical indicator option always gives "large" indicator. The rest will give smaller ones. This is my simplistic solution to your problem.

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