Standardize % ranges and allow logarithmic scale on percent charts.
The Settings menu offers % and logarithm as mutually exclusive options. This need not be case. A chart can show both logarithmic y-scale on left edge of chart as well as % numbers on right edge. Also when showing % there is no need to have chart height constrained to a fixed height. For example a 5 day chart shows automatically show 5 minute bars for candle stick format and as of today it shows range of minus 8% to plus 3%. But we can fix this range to a window frame of minus 5% to plus 5% permitting a vertical scroll bar to show chart which goes beyond this range. Standardizing percent range of initial window displayed and also showing logarithm makes it easier for a person to compare charts of different assets or same assets over different times. A print function can produce a graphic (possibly requiring more than one page of print with alignment cross hairs for gluing two sheets together) which is perfectly comparable. Right now if you printed two charts (of say btc and eth) they cannot be compared unless you used compare function of chart. With compare say I caompare btc and eth but say I want to compare those two assets with a compare chart of Intel and AMD then also if percent ranges are different I cannot compare visually. Charts are supposed to be visual aid of investors. These are not recreational sales charts of board meetings. A finance chart is serious analytic aid and current charting at yahoo is anything but analytic aid. Pay me 100,000 USD if you find this idea a million dollar worth idea.