Graphical objects

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Welcome to currency trading with Profiforex!
This video is devoted to Graphical objects.As is obvious from the title, graphical objects are objects placed on the price charts or indicators' windows that make charts more representational with the help of explanatory and highlighting graphical elements.They help a trader conduct analysis more effectively.

Graphical elements can be simple, such as lines or text labels,

 or they can be complex constructions consisting of several lines,


such as in the case of Fibonacci.

All graphical instruments are present in the "Insert" menu and grouped into the following categories:


Instruments for using the Gann theory;

Instruments for using the Fibonacci series;


Arrows and other objects.

Lower in the "Insert" menu, you'll see the list of graphical instruments you often use.

To place a graphical object in the chart, select it from the list and use your mouse to tick the needed number of points in the selected window.
Some objects require only one point. It can be a horizontal line or an icon, for example.

Other objects require two points, as in a trendline or a rectangle.

More complex objects can require more points, such as a triangle or channels.

Despite such a variety of objects, the same principles are used to work with different graphical objects.
This makes working with any object simple and clear.Once the object is created, markers are used to move and change the drawing parameters of the object.
Markers appear after you select the object with the mouse. Double-clicking can be used for this purpose. 

The movement of extreme markers will change the object drawing parameter, and moving the central marker will change the location of the object.
The terminal lets you create copies of various object very quickly. To do so, select the object and, while holding Ctrl, move it with the central marker.

To delete an object, select it and then use the context menu of the object or press the "Delete" key.

Objects can be deleted one after another in the reverse order of their creation by pressing the "Backspace" key.