Those (and a couple more ) you can find in this thread : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/178741
They do not have it as an option, but those indicators are in fact applying linear interpolation
those (and a couple more ) you can find in this thread : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/178741
they do not have it as an option, but those indicators are in fact applying linear interpolation
thank you! this is exactly what I was looking for.
I like the colored rsx much better than the background blocks, is more intuitive.
Here you go
Made some changes (actually a new indicator, but it is what I derived as an idea) Check if that is what you had in mind.
First change is that I removed that color blocks and added color to RSX line so now it shows when it is above or bellow the signal line (so the color change is not the slope of RSX, but its relation to signal line). The second is that it is a single file indicator now (no need for external Rsx indicator)
plz MTF this indicator.
sorry my poor english...
Here you go
Used the original instead of the one you posted (in the original it looks like the upper one) but added the difference display too (the lower one - set the ShowDifference() parameter to true to get that one) Did not use the one you posted for some coding errors in it (to be honest, when I see something like this :
when the loop has 998 executions too much in 99,99% cases I just turn around and use or write something else, but seeing that TRO "intervened" in the code, no wonder that there is "stuff" like that in it, I might add)
have a great weekend
PS: updated version posted here https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general