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Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

ValeoFX

It does allow any time frame as long as the time frame is longer than or equal to the current chart time frame. Here is an example (with details of time frames used - each time frame is separated by ";" in the list and, as it is seen, it is irrelevant in which order time frames are entered)

If any of the time frames used i smaller than the active chart a comment is written in the upper left corner indicating which is the shortest time frame you should use it on

regards

Mladen

ValeoFX:
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Good morning Mladen,

Please would you be kind enough to change this attached indicator so that I can preselect each TF? As you know it now only gives you one option for all TFs.

Thanks in advance.

Much appreciated.
Files:
Hercs
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Hercs  
mladen:
ValeoFX It does allow any time frame as long as the time frame is longer than or equal to the current chart time frame. Here is an example (with details of time frames used - each time frame is separated by ";" in the list and, as it is seen, it is irrelevant in which order time frames are entered)

If any of the time frames used i smaller than the active chart a comment is written in the upper left corner indicating which is the shortest time frame you should use it on

regards

Mladen

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Thanks for the explanation, but I am aware of it already.

What is want is to have say the following values asigned to each TF:

M1 = 15 / M5 = 34 / M15 = 8 / M30 =8 etc.

By using the 1;1;1;1; ratio I than get a correct (?) picture of each setting on the respective TFs. Right?

Thanks very much for helping.

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

ValeoFX

Here you go It allows you to specify different length for each time frame now (in the TimFramesLengthsparameter - same rule as for the rest of parameters : they should be entered for each time frame separated by ";") . If a length for a time frame is omitted, it will not be calculated (I thought to use length 1 instead when omitted, but decided to omit the calculation in that case instead - seems more logical)

regards

Mladen

ValeoFX:
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Thanks for the explanation, but I am aware of it already.

What is want is to have say the following values asigned to each TF:

M1 = 15 / M5 = 34 / M15 = 8 / M30 =8 etc.

By using the 1;1;1;1; ratio I than get a correct (?) picture of each setting on the respective TFs. Right?

Thanks very much for helping.
Hercs
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Hercs  

Many thanks Mladen

mladen:
ValeoFX

Here you go

It allows you to specify different length for each time frame now (in the TimFramesLengthsparameter - same rule as for the rest of parameters : they should be entered for each time frame separated by ";") . If a length for a time frame is omitted, it will not be calculated (I thought to use length 1 instead when omitted, but decided to omit the calculation in that case instead - seems more logical)

regards

Mladen

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Ever grateful for your kindness, Mladen. Will let you know by Monday whether it is doing what I want it to do. Appreciate you.

Best personal regards.

yuhu
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yuhu  

Mladen,

Does it repaint (recalculate) - refering to the

sigmoidal normalized jf2 indicator?

Sorry, have to ask this questions all the time.

Thank you

yuhu
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yuhu  

Hi Codex

Thank you very much

Cheers

derfel
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derfel  

Hello mladen,

could you please enhance these two indicators by attaching your great "smooting algorithm" to both of them - if it is possible for you? I hope I am not outrageous asking for two indicators at the same time.

The "Trend direction & force index" was made from you and I think the repulse was originally made by Eric Lefort. There are some different looking versions around. But I like this one with its more periods showing. I would like to test these indis with a 1 min TF trading and I hope that your enhanced versions with your special smoothing would be an advantage.

Thanks in advance

derfel

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

yuhu

No, it does not :):)

regards

Mladen

yuhu:
Mladen,

Does it repaint (recalculate) - refering to the

sigmoidal normalized jf2 indicator?

Sorry, have to ask this questions all the time.

Thank you
crackoff
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crackoff  

Thanks

Thanks Mladen

crack.off

mladen:
crack.off

If I understand you correctly it should change color when the slope (trend) changes so now the value changes line color when the slope changes. Color changes when alerts are triggered is solved in dots in color of the trend at the bar where the level values are crossed

regards Mladen
Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

derfel

First this one
regards

Mladen

derfel:
Hello mladen,

could you please enhance these two indicators by attaching your great "smooting algorithm" to both of them - if it is possible for you? I hope I am not outrageous asking for two indicators at the same time.

The "Trend direction & force index" was made from you and I think the repulse was originally made by Eric Lefort. There are some different looking versions around. But I like this one with its more periods showing. I would like to test these indis with a 1 min TF trading and I hope that your enhanced versions with your special smoothing would be an advantage.

Thanks in advance

derfel