"TmaTrue" is equal to linear weighted moving average (LWMA).
Please re-read the thread I posted the link to (especially this post : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/181241 ). There is no such thing as a non-repainting centered triangular moving average in the way some people understand it. When the right side of triangular moving average calculation is eliminated (as it is done in that "TmaTrue") all you get is LWMA
Hope this helps
I read the thread and a lot of the FF thread by Mr AL. I find the TMATrue (non-repainting) as attached useful for visual backtesting.
I thought something similar could be done for the alb Triangular MA.
Sorry to bother you with this mladen,
Attached is a csv file with five fields, Predicted Low, Predicted High, id, Predicted Range, Predicted Pivot which is written to the experts files directory. Would it be possible to create an indicator that imported the second to last row and drew three horizontal lines? The last line is using current daily data which is incomplete. The only fields that are important are high and low.
First this one : is you set the AutomaticYesterday to true, it will automatically set the starting and ending time to fit yesterday. If set to false, it works exactly the same as before.
Is there a way to preserve the starting time so that it will export the history up until yesterday?
Two options added : AutomaticEndingTime and AutomaticStartingTime. If either is set to false, it will not change the corresponding date-time. The main switch is still the AutomaticYesterday parameter
That is perfect! Thank you so much!
Here yo go This one is doing exactly that : take the file you name and draws 3 lines according to the values in the penultimate line of the file. In order to keep efficient, it does so on new bars only so it will nor burden your PC with un-necessary processing. With the data you sent yesterday it looks like this now :
Thanks so much. This is really excellent!
Here is today's data.
Many thanks for this. This is an enormous time saver.
Hello HughsFleming and Mladen,
Would you be so kind and tell us where to save which file in order to get the lines projected onto the chart every day?
Thnak you very much!