Logarithmic and Normal Scale
Use logarithmic view to view charts with large price variation or longer time scales. Sometimes these are referred to as semi-logarithmic charts because the time scale is not logarithmic.
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Click the Log button on the toolbar  or View menu to display charts in logarithmic scale.
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Turn off the Log selection on the toolbar (or View menu) to return to normal (analog) scale.