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Mr. Berger is the creator and developer of the YDP screening tool. A chart system and its analysis for screening and monitoring dividend income equity investments. Seeking Alpha's #3 ranked Author for Income Investing Strategy & #4 for Utilities. A former Chief Operating Officer, Director,... More
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  • Screen Shot 6 comments
    Jun 2, 2013 7:50 PM

    Here is a screen shot of my edit screen. As you can see, no source or ychart icon is present.

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  • Nathaniel Matherson
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    Are you using google chrome? It only appears for me when I use internet explorer for some reason. You can also google "ycharts for seeking alpha" and just embed the image.
    2 Jun 2013, 08:14 PM Reply Like
  • Richard Berger
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    Author’s reply » No, As I have mentioned already in the thread, this is with Firefox 21.0 running under windows8.
    As to googling ycharts ... i have no idea what you mean. I have no problem at all going to the ycharts.com site and creating the charts and generating the embed code using the embed button on THAT site. The problem is the INSERT here on SA in the article wizzard editor where the source toggle icon no longer shows up and the rumored new ycharts icon is not present (see my screen shot again).
    2 Jun 2013, 08:19 PM Reply Like
  • Nathaniel Matherson
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    I see what your saying, I didn't see the thread previously. I would just use the Snip-It tool on your computer if you have it. That's actually what I've been doing lately as its the easiest for me. Most relatively new windows computers have it.
    2 Jun 2013, 08:33 PM Reply Like
  • Richard Berger
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    Author’s reply » I can copy the chart as an image and paste it but then the "enlarge chart" to get a full size chart is not available to the reader. This can be a significant issue with the detail of some charts.
    Thanks for your comments and suggestions.
    2 Jun 2013, 08:41 PM Reply Like
  • Biodieselnow
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    Richard these articles are great ! On a separate note does anyone know how I could download them into my iPad for offline reading while on a long flight ?
    9 Apr, 09:34 PM Reply Like
  • Richard Berger
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    Author’s reply » I use a browser add-in that converts the articles into .pdf files for my archiving and future reference offline.
    In the past, I had good luck using "pdf download" by Nitro PDF software. Since I got my new laptop after the old one died, it has not worked for me though. I have been trying others with mixed success. They include:
    Save as PDF add-in from http://pdfcrowd.com

     

    and an web based http://bit.ly/1mYNI8c

     

    or http://pdfmyurl.com

     

    Another add-in that seems to be working well for me right now is:

     

    http://mzl.la/1hCY31s

     

    Richard
    10 Apr, 02:36 AM Reply Like
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