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Graphic Instruments B. Using the Menu Bar


Alternatively, you can select "Tools/Fibonacci Tools/Fibonacci Arcs" from the Menu Bar and start drawing one or more arcs. To disable the function, select "Tools/Fibonacci Tools/Fibonacci Arcs" again. The function is automatically disabled when you select another graphic instrument.


2. How to move Fibonacci arcs


You can move Fibonacci arcs on the chart by selecting the arcs area and dragging it to a different place. By default this is not possible until it is unfrozen from properties menu of the tool.


3. How to extend Fibonacci arcs: You can extend Fibonacci arcs in the past and in the future, by selecting one end of


the line and using the left-command of your mouse to extend the line to another chart level.


4. How to change the properties of Fibonacci arcs:


You can change Fibonacci arcs properties either by right-clicking on the main line. Then select "Properties Fibonacci Arcs" from the context menu, and modify properties from the Properties window, or by clicking the icon "Show Active Objects" window from there


in order to choose the Properties


You can save the new properties as default properties to activate them each time you will use this graphic tool by pressing "Save As Default", or you can apply these properties only to the active chart window by pressing "OK". If you want to cancel the operation and return to the default properties, press "Cancel"


5. How to copy Fibonacci arcs:


You can copy and paste Fibonacci arcs by right-clicking on the instrument you'd like to copy and select “Copy Fibonacci arcs”. A new similar instrument will automatically appear on the chart.


6. How to delete Fibonacci arcs:


You can remove Fibonacci arcs either by right-clicking on them and select “Delete Fibonacci arcs”. Or by using the "Clear all tools" icon


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