went right on
well, market closed (no quotes) on sundays
Yes. Good reason .
But perhaps and just in case, do you have a 5 digits demo to test it?
I am almost sure that the problem is the 2 dots ".." after the symbol (EURUSD..) added by the broker.
Yesterday I sent a version that should handle the case of ".." to robp but since I do not have such an account, was waiting to hear if it is OK. Here is that version. If anyone has a "dotted" account I would appreciate if it was tested
Would you be prepared to modify your indicator to show different currencies on the left (vertical) and different currencies on top (horizontal)?
For example, left/vertical: USD and JPY
and top/horizontal: EUR, GBP, AUD and NZD
This way the indicator would take less space on the chart, but would be equally valuable as the current version.
Something like this ?
Same rules only you can specify which ones you want to be displayed horizontally and which ones vertically
Thanks a stack, Kris
Yes, it was the two ".." after the symbol. mladen sent me a fix and it works perfectly. Thank you.
Why instead of listing all the additions "m", "..", or whatever broker add to their pairs, you don't isolate all things found after the symbol then add.
addition= StringSubstr(Symbol(), 6, 5);
symbol = cpairs[k]+cpairs+addition;
Because symbol does not have to be 6 characters long (currencies are 6 characters long but a lot of symbols are not)