new charting not an improvement other than has more indicators, like the layout colors etc how they were
new charting not an improvement other than has more indicators, like the layout colors etc how they were.
bob nal commented
the new charts suck. the layout, the colors are not bold enough or bright enough. in every way worse than the last version.
Jim Richardson commented
Please move the purple box ("Try our new charting experience...") off of the bottom of the traditional chart because it blocks the date.
The box was previously at the top, which was non-intrusive. Can it please go back up there?
b boy commented
After I add a few indicators, it doesn't remind me what indiciator is what color, like on the old chart.
Stewart Corman commented
I like the new format with it's expanding time scale by dragging left or right or using the +/-, allowing 1 minute intervals for several days. When doing a comparison chart, it resets the 0% marker to the left side of the new timescale, which is much faster than keying in a new date
I have always wanted a comparison option of value besides %, ie real prices, but don't expect that anytime soon, also plot using adjusted closing, not actual prices ...do that in Excel now for both of the above
Inability to load a string of stock symbols for comparison is a regression. New comparison stocks added don't automatically increment to a different color. The user always has to change the color for EACH AND EVERY STOCK ENTERED!? We use this thing for speed of entry and use. Your "fixes" & "enhancements" are slowing us down.
Kenneth M commented
Don't change it! The old charting is much better!
The bars are faint. The current coloration is just right. What could possibly motivate the change?
The new Interactive Charts will be useless without Dividend/split information
Allowing only one stock comparison at a time in charts is just stupid. You clowns could ***** up a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Just go back to the old format.
I m Justsayin commented
8/14/17: Please fix the "new" charting experience as it only allows you to add one ticker at a time vs the former charting function where you could enter multiple symbols all together BEFORE you pressed enter.
Did someone at Yahoo solicit feedback on the new charting experience or test it before taking it live?