ShareScripts are files which can be used to provide additional functionality in ShareScope Plus and ShareScope Pro.
You can use ShareScripts to draw analytics and other useful items on the charts. They can be used to create custom columns, filters and alarms, and can also be used to export data.
For more information about coding ShareScripts have a look at our ShareScript documentation available here.
If you would like to view the ShareScript library outside of ShareScope you can locate it here.
Indicator scripts can be used on the main chart or in their own indicator window below the main chart.
The Turtles System 2 script is an example of an indicator script designed to be applied to the main chart. This is because it colours the background of the chart.
The Balance of Power script, which draws a histogram, is a good example of a script that is designed to be drawn in its own window below the chart.
To delete the indicator you can either click on the little cross at the top right corner of the indicator box or right click on the indicator title at the top left of the indicator box and select Delete from the menu.
ShareScript Studies are added to the main chart and are similar to ShareScript Indicators. However, studies have a greater amount of flexibility and enable us to draw complex shapes and text on the chart in way that is not possible with an indicator script.
The Rahul Mohindra Oscillator (RMO) is being drawn in this example. You can see a ribbon is being drawn across the bottom of the chart, the candlestick colours are being determined by the study and it is also drawing arrows on the chart.
To add a ShareScript study:
To delete the ShareScript Study right click on the blue Study manager bar at the top left of the chart and select Delete Study. Alternatively you can right click on the chart, select Other main graph features then ShareScript Studies.... This will open the Study manager you can then select the script and click on Remove.
To learn more about using ShareScripts in other parts of the program click here.