How can this error be fixed , or changed to display the correct values
I appreciate your help
It is compiled with build 509 and runs OK on new metatrader
I downloaded this AllAverages_v2.5 & bands and I think there's a "refresh" bug or something. Take a look at the picture attached. it happened when price changes. Is there a way to fix it? Thank you.
Here is the corrected one (it looks like this now in mtf mode :
That is not a refresh bug but a compatibility bug
Here is how it looks when you use it in build 509 :
Anyway. that indicator needs a lot of rewriting to be able to work as the new metatader 4 requires. Maybe the best to use some newer versions (but, quite frankly, I am not familiar with all averages indicators - I do not use them since I write averages in a different way)
What a shame on new Mt4. Anyway, all I need is a SMA with ATR BANDS, and display the D1 timeframe on the H1 chart. Any suggestions?
Did you check keltner channel thread (what you are describing is actually a Keltner channel ) : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/173470
yup, plenty of channels but couldn't find a MTF version so far. will dig more...
Here is one multi time frame version : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/173574/page262
You can try that one
Wow...Keltner channel mtf! Thanks Mladen, that helps alot!
I wonder if I can get a indicator like this:
MA1 = 30 period LWMA;
MA2 = 120 period LWMA;
DIFF= absolute value of MA1-MA2;
if MA1>MA2, plot 4 lines above MA1 @1*DIFF, 1.5*DIFF, 2*DIFF, AND 2.5*DIFF
if MA1<MA2, plot 4 lines under MA1 @1*DIFF, 1.5*DIFF, 2*DIFF, AND 2.5*DIFF
These lines are floating as the two LWMA change their value from tick to tick.
The reason I want it is quite interesting:
By using TMA, we can estimate a turning point -- by assuming the first halflength of the TMA equals to the second halflength. That is, as I understand, also called FLD. Since the time estimation of FLD is very approximate, I found the price normally have a big jump up or big drop when it is apparaching the FLD turning point. I also found that around the FLD turning point, any price movement beyond 2*DIFF is almost a good entry point.
Not sure if I expressed myself clearly, also not sure what indicator catagory it belongs to...
Need your comment.
did you ignore me? Just let me know if you don't think this is a reasonable idea, I trust in every your single opinion.