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Hello Mr Tools,
Would you please be so kind and adapt this indicator you posted so that it shows a coloured price line where price changes are reflected in the same way as in the non dynamic zone version.
Thank you very much and have a nice weekend,
Made it to change colors on slope change, had to change to regular dynamic zone due to buffer limitation, but its still multi timeframe, with alerts and arrows on color change and crosses of upper,lower,and middle lines.
What do you mean by regular dynamic zone as opposed to something else then?
Regular dynamic zone as opposed to dynamic double zone as was the former indicator, but now that you mention it not sure what is regular, so will now say 3 lines as opposed to 5.
I thought it must have been an indicator, just did not know which one. If that's how MACD is built then do not bother with making it again. Thanks for your clarification.
You can try this one : https://c.mql5.com/forextsd/forum/79/averages_macd_-_mtf_amp_alerts.mq4 from the elite indicators thread for that purpose (since in it you can chose averages method - so you would not be limited to EMA)
Mladen or SIMBA
Could you pleasew confirm if the attached indicator repaint? Found the indicator posted by SIMBA in the RMO thread below. So far have not seen it repaint, but wanted to make sure from the Gurus.
It does not repaint, but you might consider using for example one of the versions from this post : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general (they are a bit more "up to date" coded)
Hmm...not sure if my eyes are fooling me...
Added the indicator onto a 1H USD/CAD chart with time frame set on the indicator as Daily(1440). Noticed that the indicator initially signalled a "step up" (blue line)last night and then eventually reverted to a"step down" signalling when I checked later this morning.
Attached screenshot - area marked "x" is where the indicator switched the direction of signal. Can you please advise if this is indeed repaint or the signal interpretation needs more time to be confirmed?
Multi time frame indicator must update all the bars belonging to the target time frame bar. It is a normal multi time frame behavior and it is not considered a repainting. If not all the values from the target time frame were updated then it would be a repainting.
Hope this clarifies the issue : multi time framing is something else than regular working. Just imagine this : you have one close price right now (the day is till not ended) at a daily chart. Tomorrow you look at the chart and you see that it closed at other price than right now. Would you consider it a repainting? The same thing happens to multi time framing ... closed bar of the target time frame must not change but the still opened bar of the target time frame is a subhect of normal opened bar changes (and thuis all the bars of a lower time frame chart that bellong to the still opened bar of the higher time frame must be updated accordingly)