No Mladen, just the opposite.
I do NOT want it to repaint at all not even re-adjusting. Example if I run a 15m setting on M5-chart, that 15m-setting must not readjust itself when the 15m period closes which is the norm. I do believe that coders like you can construct it in such a way that it never readjust (close) on the M15 close, but how is the key which you hold.
Trust this is a better explanation.
I guess I understand what you mean
There was one moving average that I made that worked like that (it was even posted here at this thread but right now I can not find it), but not all indicators can be made like that (it is matter of previous state saving for some more complicated calculations - not all are like simple moving average straightforward) so, then I decided not to continue in that direction since the results were differing marginally from the classical multi time frame calculation and the code added would make it overcomplicated to be used in a normal way
Thanks Mladen it gives me hope. Appreciate your expertise. Should you find it, I would love to give it a test-drive.
Continued success to you.
As soon as I find it it will be posted here
Much appreciated, thanks.
Found these (it was really long time ago - these were made in 2007) :
Anyway, these are working the way you described. Try them out
That was really very special Mladen - thank you so much.
Will let you know hoe I found them.
This is volatility quality candles, added 2 ma's to make it similar to the separate window version, and arrows/alerts on candle color change.
Can you please tell me whether these 2 indicators repaint, as I continue my search for only non repainting helpful indicators.
Thanks so much for all your help to us all, as always.