With visibility points you can easily hide individual lines (or levels) of many drawing objects, or reveal hidden lines (levels). For some drawing objects (trend lines / channels and Andrews Pitchfork), you can also add equidistant lines so-called action/reaction or warning lines.

Visibility points are available for all drawing objects except shapes, arrows, texts, vertical lines and price change objects.

To hide a line / level of a drawing object

▪ Click on the drawing object to select it.

▪ Double-click on the visibility point of the line / level that you want to hide.

To show a hidden line / level of a drawing object

▪ Click on the drawing object to select it.

▪ Click on the visibility point of a line / level near the line / level that you want to show and hold the mouse button down.

▪ Drag the visibility point over the area where the hidden line / level would be shown. A white preview line will appear at this level.

▪ You can drag the visibility point further to reveal more hidden lines / levels.

▪ Release the mouse button to show all revealed lines in the chart.

Additional uses of visibility points

Lines and trend channels: Convert a trend line to a trend channel by dragging the visibility point to define a third reference point, and add equidistant action/reaction lines to the channel by dragging the visibility point above or below the channel. See Lines and Trend Channels.

Regression lines and channels: Draw additional channel lines at a distance of two, three or more standard deviations from the regression line by dragging the visibility point above or below the regression line / channel. See Regression Lines and Regression Channels.

Andrews Pitchfork: Draw equidistant warning lines by dragging the visibility point above or below the pitchfork. See Andrews Pitchfork.