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Hello,

Now that SciChart ver 5.0 has been released with support for the DiscontinuousDateTime axis type, I am evaluating it for use in financial charting. I see the NYSECalendar example on how to create a custom calendar but don’t immediately see how I would use the API to handle trading hours for futures contracts. For example, soybeans at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange open for trading Sunday night at 7 PM. They trade until the next morning until 7:45 AM at which point there is a pause and then trading resumes at 8:30 AM and continues until 1:20 PM (yes, I know a bit convoluted). So I want to skip Saturday, but only part of Sunday, and part of Friday after trading is done for the week. How would I achieve this with the DiscontinousDateTimeCalendar? Thank you.

Regards,
Lawson

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