You can choose which Fibonacci levels are displayed, customize the ratios used to calculate the levels, change the line style for the level lines, and show / hide the labels for each level. You can also use a color gradient across all or selected Fibonacci levels. The connecting line between the first and third reference point, which is hidden by default, can be displayed on the chart.

Fibonacci levels and level lines

To show / hide individual levels

▪       Right-click on the drawing object and select Properties.

▪       On the left side of the dialog, select the name of the drawing object, and then Levels. For example: Fibonacci Trend Line 1 > Levels.

▪       On the right side of the dialog, select the check boxes next to the levels that should be visible, or clear the check boxes next to the levels that should be hidden.

To show the reference line (connecting line)

▪       Right-click on the drawing object and select Properties.

▪       On the left side of the dialog, select the name of the drawing object, and then Levels. For example: Fibonacci Trend Line 1 > Levels.

▪       On the right side of the dialog, select Show reference line.

To use custom levels for the Fibonacci Trend Line

▪       Right-click on the drawing object and select Properties.

▪       On the left side of the dialog, select the name of the drawing object, and then Levels. For example: Fibonacci Trend Line 1 > Levels.

▪       On the right side of the dialog, select Use custom values.

▪       In the Custom column of each level, click on the value for this level to edit the value.

To change the line style of the level lines

▪       Right-click on the drawing object and select Properties.

▪       On the left side of the dialog, select the name of the drawing object, and then Levels. For example: Fibonacci Trend Line 1 > Levels.

▪       On the right side of the dialog, adapt the Line settings to your needs.

Control

Description

Color

Color of the level lines

Style

Line style of the level lines

Weight

Width of the level lines

Apply to all levels

Check to use the same line style for all levels.

Clear to use individual line styles for each level. You can then click on each level to see / change the line style settings of this level.

Color gradient across levels

To show a color gradient

▪       Right-click on the drawing object and select Properties.

▪       On the left side of the dialog, select the name of the drawing object, and then Levels. For example: Fibonacci Trend Line 1 > Levels.

▪       On the right side of the dialog, select Show color gradient.

To change the colors and transparency of the gradient

▪       Right-click on the drawing object and select Properties.

▪       On the left side of the dialog, select the name of the drawing object, and then Levels. For example: Fibonacci Trend Line 1 > Levels.

▪       On the right side of the dialog, adapt the Color Gradient settings to your needs.

Control

Description

Start Color

First color that is used for the gradient

End Color

Second color that is used for the gradient

Start Level

Level at which the gradient starts with the start color

End Level

Level at which the gradient ends with the end color

Transparency

Transparency of the shaded area in percent (0% = solid)

Labels for each level

To show the level labels

▪       Right-click on the drawing object and select Properties.

▪       On the left side of the dialog, select the name of the drawing object, and then Levels. For example: Fibonacci Trend Line 1 > Levels.

▪       On the right side of the dialog, select Show levels.

To change the font of the level labels

▪       Right-click on the drawing object and select Properties.

▪       On the left side of the dialog, select the name of the drawing object, and then Levels. For example: Fibonacci Trend Line 1 > Levels.

▪       On the right side of the dialog, adapt the Font settings to your needs.

Control

Description

Font

Type of font used for the labels of each level

Bold

Check to use a bold style for the labels

Italic

Check to use an italic style for the labels

Size

Size of the font used for the labels

Apply to all levels

Check to use the same font settings for the labels of all levels.

Clear to use individual font settings for each level. You can then click on each level to see / change the font settings of this level.