Multi time frame version of Schaff trend cycle with adjustable signal
Request you to enable Arrow on Level 50 Crossing of Red and / or Green line crossing if possible.
If you can; would be of immense help.
For that better to use some regular rsi
TDI as is is not supposed to show alerts (and arrows) on predefined levels cross - that would make it exactly the same as simple rsi
Thank you for the feedback. I see your point.
Also is it possible to convert Henderson's Filter indicator to nrp? If not is there a specific number of bars that it would change colour or we need to just deal with it the way it is right now?
can you please add email, sound and popup alert to this indicator please?
These indicators all display one buffers and even after adding buffer explorer it still doesn't display the full buffers. Please can anyone here help me with this. I tried using buffer explorer and have been trying to figure this out over a week. Or simply make the indicators to display them instead of hiding them. I will really appreciate if anyone can help me with this please
It can be made causal (non-repainting) but then it will look differently.
At the lower example the green/orange is the causal mode of calculation.
PS: Henderson's filter is, by definition, a non-causal filter, so this version ads the Causal mode just for the sake of making it "non-repainting" and it is a deviation from the original Henderson's definition and calculation. If someone wants to use the original calculation, causal parameter should be set to false
Nothing is "hidden" : those are working buffers ... there is no "secret" in those buffers ...
Even though all that can be seen using the buffers explorer or using any iCustom() call, and even though those buffers are not hidden but are buffers that are never meant to be displayed in order not to cause making a mess of the chart or sub-window, and making them display (and be visible in the data window) will make a mess of them, but in order to cut this issue short :
Any, and I mean any indicator can be made to show those "hidden" buffer(s) if you :
find a line of code in any of the indicators that goes something like thisIndicatorBuffers(nnn);then find a line that goes like this :#property indicator_buffers mmmtake the nnn value from the first part of the code and replace the mmm value in the second part with nnn value - and all the buffers are going to be "un-hidden"
find a line of code in any of the indicators that goes something like this