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    How to add a changing number to a static MSCHart?

    My line MSCHart shows the prices of a stock over time up to yesterday.
    As the stock is traded today, I like to show the new price on the chart, perhaps as a straight green/red line across the plot, but the historical plot itself will remain the same.
    Appreciate help.

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    Re: How to add a changing number to a static MSCHart?

    Just refresh the display after you query the db. Post your code (or sections of it)
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    Re: How to add a changing number to a static MSCHart?

    Thanks, but this is not what I have in mind.
    The chart is historical, so data will remain the same throughout the day.
    All I want is to add a tick to indicate the current price.

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    Re: How to add a changing number to a static MSCHart?

    I don't think it's possible with MSChart, unless you double-buffer two of them. That would cause a refresh, but quicker.
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