This indi seems of be doing a good job filtering trend direction, used together with Ehlers's Fisher transform and WPR t3
That is a renamed forex TSD version of jurik filter (one of the early versions I made). Since it is a decompiled version I did not check the details, but if you use the original (if I am not mistaken, that is what originally was named "jurik filter simple" from this post https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/180002) the original indicator does not repaint
Hi mladen, Thanks for the quick turn around but it was the HISTO version that I was wanting the width options added to the user menu.
Can you please add this option to the HISTO version.
Thanks again for all your help.
All the best
Mladen, as usual thanks for the fast response. Since I am quite keen on learning:
1) how do i know if an indi repaints
2) how do i know if an indi/ea is decompiled
I had a look at that thread, the closest i could find is double smoothed jurik filter, could you modified it in a tape fashion (histogram), please?
That is not the double smoothed jurik. That is the "regular" jurik filter made to show slope of the jurik filter value and from what I see from the decompiled code, that is simply a renamed indicator made at this forum. Will find it and as soon as I do, will post you a link to it
1) Apply the indi to a M1 chart and watch it for 2-3 minutes or make a snapshot and compare it after a few minutes.
2) Variables in the code have unusual names as Li_124, Ld_96, Gi_88 and string G_time2str_80 that means someone decompiled the pseudo-code.
Thanks for the reply and the info.
is there a histo version of the double smoothed jurik?
The "joker" thing is not a double smoothed jurik indicator. It is a renamed this indicator : hilow_channel_-_jurik_smooth_-_mtf_hist.mq4
It is the adxvma indicator (that was using that trend mode
Thank you mladen.
I don't know if I am saying is possible or not, but I wonder if (averages - mtf + alerts 6_5.ex4) is possible to be made as step version with same facility or not.