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Old 18-10-2007, 09:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Percentages displayed at top of charts


As a programmer, I am very impressed with your efforts so far!!!!!!!

Is it possible to have the percentages displayed at the top of the performance bar charts (as well as the bottom)?

For the long established funds it is difficult to get an initial frame of reference as to the magnitude of the bars at the top of the table. Scrolling down and then back up again gets to be a pain, especially if you are skimming/searching through many funds at once. Since the most recent figures are at the top, people will have a tendency (good or bad) to concentrate on the upper bars.

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Old 19-10-2007, 12:59 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Yes, I see what you mean.

Unfortunately I can't see a way of doing this with the charting software I'm currently using. I'll ask support and see if there is a way of doing it.

Otherwise I might have to re-think the design of those charts.

There is a scrollable chart I could use perhaps - I'll have to experiment with it and see what works the best.

This is a general comment only and does not constitute advice. Before making financial decisions you should seek advice from a professional adviser, who can take into account your specific circumstances and investment goals.
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