I would like to slap another, say an indicator, on top of the price chart which currently has the title above. I would like to have the new title (my indicator title) to start printing in row 1, except that I want the second chart title to start printing, not covering up the first title, but start printing at the column location where the first chart title ends. So let's say in my first title, the last character is at column 120, I want the title of my second chart to start printing at column 122, otherwise, it would cover up the first title in row 1. I don't know how to do this, please help. Thanks.
Thank you kindly fxshrat for your comment. The above solution certainly worked. What I want is a little bit more specific (btw, I have read the included customizing-chart-titles link fully, but still cannot find the solution I wanted). I also noticed you didn't include a Title variable in the second section, the "Indicator" section. What I want to see is something like this: the first _SECTION_BEGIN (where the "Title" variable is defined) can be left where it is. In the second section, in the _SECTION_BEGIN area, say I want to prefix the "MACD = -0.63790" with, say, "THIS IS A MACD = -0.63790". Now, here is where the issue starts. If I defined a second Title variable, even when it is inside the _SECTION_BEGIN, _SECTION_END() of the second section, it will still overwrites the first Title area (even if I put a bunch of spaces before the literal MACD). The MACD in the example above worked, because a second Title variable was not defined. Hope I said it clearly enough. Thanks. Thus, I am still looking for a solution.