It has just one parameter. DrawLines. If set to true it will set the drawing style of 2 drawing buffers to line, and if set to false, it will draw dots instead (so not lines). What id does is even simpler. If previous point of some color is drawn, then the next point is drawn in other color. Now see the comparison of the 2 modes : upper is when it is drawing "dots" and lower is when it is drawing lines. And no, your ayes are not failing you : in the part where you should see lines you see nothing, since colored lines can not be drawn by specifying just one point. I hope that this example will clarify what is actually happening in metatrader drawing buffers if some rules are not obeyed since the only difference between the 2 is the drawing style - values are exactly the same
It ALMOST don't matter to me how these things are "drawn", for an EA and how optimizing
What matters is the digital outputs not changing per bar, therefor the digital indie result for recently
Finished formed bar remains the same when moving to next position back. Perhaps that is what my
Programmer is seeing difference of, the values and how drawing? Did you gather that from his gifs?
I'm sure this indie maintains itsdata window values per bar or you'll be telling me, as like I say, thats all that matters in tester, how
Indie looked originally on chart was just original enamor-ization with indie.
But I can not explain simpler. Please re-read the post with the explanation why multi color lines must be drawn in a certain manner and see the example that I have attached the code too.
all the best Mladen
i have found the following picture:
Can someone make this Indikotor?
Thanks and Regards
This one looks great...
TDI laguerre rsi based ...
Found this interesting variation of the TDI (traders dynamic index) that is not using RSI but Laguerre RSI for calculation. Results seem to be interesting. I do not know who's idea was to use Laguerre RSI in the indicator originally
Interesting indicator for trends
Can someone make this Indikotor (trendMA) change in mt4
meta: subchart ( false );
Price ( Close ),
PeriodFast ( 4, 1 ),
PeriodPro ( 2, 1 ),
Drawings ( True ),
System ( On_, Off_ ) = Off_ ;
Avg = Average(Price, PeriodFast);
Avg2 = Avg[-PeriodPro];
If System = On_ then Begin
If Avg crosses over Avg2
then buy ("LONG") 1 shares this bar on close;
If Avg crosses under Avg2
then short ("SHORT") 1 shares this bar on close;
if drawings then begin
That is simply a system of crosses of an average and its own value two bars ago. It is very similar to trading when the slope of the average changes but this one is different since in it not the first past bar is compared to current bar to get a signal but a second bar is compared to current bar (which is actually not a bad idea to filter some false signal out). Attaching the indicator that does that. I set the default ma type to EMA instead to SMA (is in the code you posted). If you wish it to use SMA, set the FastMethod to 0
super thank mladen,
is there anything else?
possibly lay the trend Ma on a different indicator
For example: the trendMA put on such a moving average Kama, or Hull!!
here is a slightly modified version
meta: subchart (false);
Fast period (4, 1),
PeriodPro (2, 1),
System (On_, off_) = off_;
Avg = Average (Price, Period Fast);
Avg2 = AVG [PeriodPro];
If system = On_ then Begin
If Avg crosses over avg2
If Avg crosses under avg2
if drawings do begin
DrawLine (avg, "avgNormal" style solid, 2, blue, blue);
DrawLine (avg2, "avgVergangenheit" style solid, 2, red, red);
many thanks in advance
That is the same formula, only the name of the parameters is changed
As far as applying it to some other indicator (if I understand correctly the question) it is not possible in metatrader 4