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    #16
    No. They continue to be off by 1 or more.

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      #17
      Hello Nick,

      Thanks for the reply.

      Since we are on the same version this discrepancy is unexpected behavior. Please clear the cache of your database then make a new 4 range chart with the two Cumulative Delta indicators added.

      1.Shutdown NinjaTrader and Go to the Start Menu
      2.Navigate to Documents/NinjaTrader 8/db.
      3.Inside of the db folder, Delete the folder named "cache".
      4.Then restart NinjaTrader and a fresh cache folder will generate.

      If you continue to see the same after this please send an email to platformsupport[at]ninjatrader[dot]com so that I may take a look at your logs. Please include the link to this forum thread in your email body.

      I look forward to hearing of your results.
      Chris L.NinjaTrader Customer Service

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        #18
        It's still wrong. I sent an email with the logs to platformsupport.

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          #19
          Four months after initial release, this behavior was finally corrected in 8.0.14 or 8.0.14.1

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            #20
            Cumulative volume chart

            Hi. im trying to figure out how to make a chart that plots the intraday volume on a linear graph. for example: 9.35am 12000 shares 9.36 13500 sh (12000 + 1500) 9.37am 14000 (13500 + 500) share etc.
            thank u

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              #21
              Hello gogreen,

              Thanks for the post, and welcome to the NinjaTrader forum.

              It sounds like you want to add the volume of the previous bar to the volume of the current bar. This can be done by using this statement in a script:

              Value[0] = Volume[0] + Volume[1];

              A good reference for getting volume data and plotting it would be the VOL indicator. You can open up a NinjaScript editor via New> NinjaScript editor. Look for VOL in the Indicators folder.

              There is no default way of doing this in the user interface, unfortunately.

              Please let me know if I may be of any further assistance.
              Chris L.NinjaTrader Customer Service

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