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Filter Exchange · Removing an Indicator
Dobbin69
msg #149870
12/13/2019 5:17:23 AM

Hi all,

Further to OP original post, I have this issue on putting in "and draw weekly EMV(14)"
it puts it in ok but it adds a MA(9) line to this emv which I want to remove. I tried "do not draw MA(9)" but no joy. Have been searching on threads and trying different phrases but still no luck. Anyone have a solution please?

Many thanks

Scott

General Discussion · "Within" parameter appears broken....please help!!!!!!
Dobbin69
msg #149771
12/3/2019 7:28:23 AM

Xarlor, Ed S

Cheers!

That makes sense now, I was pulling (what's left of) my hair out...

Much obliged!

Filter Exchange · "Within" search appears broken..........pls help!
Dobbin69
msg #149770
12/3/2019 7:26:19 AM

Ed S many thanks for replying and for your help, cheers!

Filter Exchange · "Within" search appears broken..........pls help!
Dobbin69
msg #149744
12/2/2019 10:00:50 AM

Hi all,

I'm new to the forum but have just subscribed to SF after trialling for a few weeks. It's very useful. However one thing I have a problem with is the "within" phrase and I'd really appreciate feedback or help with this. I could well be approaching things wrongly but when I type "CCI(20) was below -200 within the last 6 days" on todays date it returns 3 matches (from memory) but when you replace the 6 days with 3 days as a test it returns a lot more entries. This is obviously not acting as I want it to, as with lesser number of days the results should be the same as or lower than 6 days not more!

Obviously this is not the full extent of my search query as I look for more than just the CCI but when this one line shows incorrect results, I can't trust using the within phrase at all. I have tried getting around this by saying for example "CCI(20) was below -200 6 days ago" which appears fine but what if there was one 5 days ago, or 4 etc etc, and I really want to be able to use the "within" phrase.

Any ideas on a workaround or is it just that I am inputting things the wrong way round etc?

Many thanks for taking the time to read/reply to this in advance.

Cheers!

Scott

Copied to here from general discussion where it probably shouldn't have been posted..

General Discussion · "Within" parameter appears broken....please help!!!!!!
Dobbin69
msg #149736
12/2/2019 4:55:21 AM

Hi all,

I'm new to the forum but have just subscribed to SF after trialling for a few weeks. It's very useful. However one thing I have a problem with is the "within" phrase and I'd really appreciate feedback or help with this. I could well be approaching things wrongly but when I type "CCI(20) was below -200 within the last 6 days" on todays date it returns 3 matches (from memory) but when you replace the 6 days with 3 days as a test it returns a lot more entries. This is obviously not acting as I want it to, as with lesser number of days the results should be the same as or lower than 6 days not more!

Obviously this is not the full extent of my search query as I look for more than just the CCI but when this one line shows incorrect results, I can't trust using the within phrase at all. I have tried getting around this by saying for example "CCI(20) was below -200 6 days ago" which appears fine but what if there was one 5 days ago, or 4 etc etc, and I really want to be able to use the "within" phrase.

Any ideas on a workaround or is it just that I am inputting things the wrong way round etc?

Many thanks for taking the time to read/reply to this in advance.

Cheers!

Scott

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