There is no place where it can be interpolated. That version is either working in current time frame or it is combining 2 time frames and in that case it is showing bars (which are always assigned values of 1 - so there is nothing to interpolate since the value are fixed values or empty)
So that version is specific in that part : it is not a classical multi time frame (as I said in the original post) and it does not show a higher time frame when you enter some higher time frame in the time frame field but it shows a combination of a current and a chosen higher time frame as signals. Maybe what confused you is the picture : on that picture the upper 2 are version 2 and only the lowest is version 2.01
I need to use your "Sto_CCI_Rsi_2.01" indicator from post 4102 in a higher timeframe, but I can`t find a possibility to set the interpolation on off. Maybe I misunderstand your comment and my english is to bad. Can you help please?
Here you go
PS: one error was corrected - CAD color was always black regardless of your setting in parameters and NZD color was overwritten by CAD color. It si corrected in the 3.01 version (left the 3 version too for comparison reasons) That is the only change in code - all the rest is the same
Wow, impressive. I tried and fumbled...code was not clear (and really not efficiently written). So again, I receive more than I wished for...wow.
Thanks again, truly much appreciated.
This is normalized deviation channel its mtf with alerts and arrows when the ma crosses the deviation and also when the deviation leaves towards the middle of the channel.
Thanks again for the smoothing...nice!
Did a little tweaking, I added a histogram showing the difference between the EUR and USD (if you recall, I love delta's ).
It's a work in progress and currently only setup for EUR and USD, but I can change it later to show other pairs as well. With the buffer limitation, I do think it's best to only show one basket versus the other (also easier on the eye perhaps).
Anyway, here's the result. Quite interesting. I marked four crossovers, see lines.
I do wish to get the indicator lines 'in front' of the histogram however. Can that be accomplished?
And would love to hear everyone's feedback, perhaps we can improve it even more.
Cheers, have a great weekend,
Here you go (for a nicer weekend )
Here is a screen-print of the DayImpulse (I renamed it ) for today. I marked the only areas where this indicator gave us an alert and obviously shows discrepancies.
Could we get it to only show cross-over signals plse? I wish to test it with this function as I seem to "feel" that it has great potential.
Pleasant weekend to all.
Nice one, thanks mladen.
And oh darn, that's what I did as well: swap the buffers, and move the "histogram buffers" to 0 and 1. Did not work for me somehow.
Will have to study some more.
Edit: AHA! I see it now:
for (i = 2; i<4; i++, y+=ystep)
Nice...I messed up there...
It was not just that Anyway. just noticed that the number of bars needed to be updated (when collecting from symbols different that the current one)is not correctly returned (it causes less bars to be calculated than it is necessary and corrected it. Posted the corrected version at the original post (to keep them together). It seems that I should take some rest
A pleasant weekend to all
Like Impulse better so will call it that, did this version like the last posted deviation channel version, you can choose either the channel cross, impulse and signal cross, or both. The signal is actually an impulse 1 bar back. Am working on a version using Ma as signal may be better, but not ready yet.
ps) here's the ma version(bottom picture) looks like it may be a better choice.
Thank you MrTools
Thank you very much for making the changes so quickly. Much appreciate your time.
Will report back during next week.
Enjoy the weekend.