I have two charts (chart1 and chart2) with scripts script1 and script2 respectively. (Actually it is the same script copied into two different files).
I set 1minute period at Chart1 (about 12.000 bars) and 1Hour period at chart2 (close to 200 bars). Same symbol (only one symbol in the database).
I edit both scripts and I go in both scripts into debug mode. I want to examine the contents of their arrays (ex High).
What I noticed is this:
If I click on chart1, go to edit mode, then go to script2, the array has the size of chart1 (close to 12.000 bars).
If I click on chart2, go to edit mode, then go to script1, the array has the size of chart2 (close to 200 bars).
I found this a little confusing, I was expecting chart1 to always have 12.000 bars (in debug mode) and chart2 to always have 200 bars (in debug mode).
I have Amibroker v 6.28.0 64 bit in windows7 64bit.
Is the English language a difficult language?
Current chart interval means currently selected chart's interval!
The setting does not say "Now use current chart interval of chart where Bob's superpower AFL is applied on".
So of course it shows 60 for all AFLs applied in editor if 1 minute interval is selected one of the selected chart as in your picture and it shows 3600 for all ones if hourly interval is selected one of selected chart (if upper preferences' setting is applied).
BTW, just so you know.... one single very same AFL (for simplicity let's call that AFL "aaaaaaALL4oneAND1forALL.afl" so that it will not get too much complicated (as it stands for all AFLs ever made)) can be applied to multiple charts (via "insert linked") at the same time and those charts can have multiple different intervals in addition (and at the same time). Oops, which one to choose from...? I can already see someone's brain power plant at heavy work for many days from now. Let's hope it will not end up in ultimate MCA.