Moving Average - page 152

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tokunohito
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tokunohito  
Naguisa Unada:

The arrow indicates the cross point of moving average.

Since the cross point is shifted in another time frame, the position of the arrow is also shifted.

It is such a specification and not a mistake.

Thank you for your reply.


Is it not a mistake, can not change the same position without shifting the display position?

Horizontal lines are not required if it can be changed. Is there a way?
Nagisa Unada
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Nagisa Unada  
It is impossible to realize it with a little bit change of this program.
tokunohito
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tokunohito  
Naguisa Unada:
It is impossible to realize it with a little bit change of this program.
I regret not being able to do without major remodeling. After all, both market price and indicators are difficult.
Thank you very much for your response.
tokunohito
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tokunohito  
Naguisa Unada:

For example, from line 141-

There is a various method depend on what you need.

Hello.Thank you always.


I want to ask one question.
Is there a way to set up and display the buffer, although only two of the latest horizontal lines are fine?
I'm sorry for your busy, thank you.

Nagisa Unada
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Nagisa Unada  
tokunohito:

Hello.Thank you always.


I want to ask one question.
Is there a way to set up and display the buffer, although only two of the latest horizontal lines are fine?
I'm sorry for your busy, thank you.

tokunohito
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tokunohito  
Naguisa Unada:

Thank you for your reply.

Excuse me for making a reference indicator.It's great to have a buffer on the horizon. However, there is no separation because the horizontal line is continuous drawing when you continue to display.
Isn't this a way to draw alone for every single horizontal line? Is it difficult?

I'm sorry to ask you a troublesome question often. Thank you.

Nagisa Unada
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Nagisa Unada  

First of all, try to program by yourself and next ask questions that you can not solve yourself.

You can't leave it all to others.

tokunohito
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tokunohito  
Naguisa Unada:

First of all, try to program by yourself and next ask questions that you can not solve yourself.

You can't leave it all to others.

I'm very sorry.There was no intention as pointed out.


There is no program capability, just messing with the indicator creation software.

It is a personal matter, but it is in a predicament now.

I admire your kindness and ability.Thank you very much.

tokunohito
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tokunohito  
All disappointed.
Rick
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Rick  
Mladen Rakic:

mntiwana

Actually this is the latest version

Hi guys,


The Corrected average 2.6 indicator seems really good. The only issue with only having the *.ex4 version is that calling this from another indicator we are missing the parameter list to use in the invoking indicator, for example:

enum enMaTypes

{

   ma_sma,    // Simple moving average

   ma_ema,    // Exponential moving average

   ma_smma,   // Smoothed MA

   ma_lwma,   // Linear weighted MA

   ma_tema,   // Triple exponential moving average - TEMA

   ma_nma     // Natural moving average

};


The above is just a subset of what is being used.

The level type is defined in others that Mladen has used, e.g.


enum enLevelType

{

   lvl_floa,  // Floating levels

   lvl_quan,  // Quantile levels

   lvl_fixed  // Fixed levels

};

Would it be possible to at least get these so that we can interface this ourselves. Thanks in advance.


Regards

Rick

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