mrtools: Rayphua,
Took awhile but think its fixed now, think it was a combination of the histo and the candles which had the problems, could you test these and let me know if you have any problems.

Thank you for your time, Mr. Tools. I've put in the new files and will test them to see if there are issues. One thing I noticed on this newer version as well as the previous version is that if we use higher Price Smoothing, say 15M timeframe and 24 or 48 for price smoothing, the indicator window blanks out. The only way to see the indicator is unzooming the chart. This is probably a bug in the codes? Please advice.

mrtools: That I have no idea why it does that, checked the original zero line version and it does the same

Yes, thats right, the original one does the same as well. Is it possible for you to look into the codes to see why it does that? Please help, if you can, thank you.

Is it possible to code the attached Ehlers' sinewave indicator (Sinewave3.1) as multi time frame? I find this indicator very useful on the H4+ time frames, but want to find entries using lower ones.

Assuming the posted indicator here is latest one you have, can you add a RSX option to it and add arrows with alerts on the crosses? If there is an updated one, please use that one.

Assuming the posted indicator here is latest one you have, can you add a RSX option to it and add arrows with alerts on the crosses? If there is an updated one, please use that one.

mrtools:Rayphua, Took awhile but think its fixed now, think it was a combination of the histo and the candles which had the problems, could you test these and let me know if you have any problems.

Thank you for your time, Mr. Tools. I've put in the new files and will test them to see if there are issues. One thing I noticed on this newer version as well as the previous version is that if we use higher Price Smoothing, say 15M timeframe and 24 or 48 for price smoothing, the indicator window blanks out. The only way to see the indicator is unzooming the chart. This is probably a bug in the codes? Please advice.

Files:That I have no idea why it does that, checked the original zero line version and it does the same

mrtools:That I have no idea why it does that, checked the original zero line version and it does the same

Yes, thats right, the original one does the same as well. Is it possible for you to look into the codes to see why it does that? Please help, if you can, thank you.

Sinewave3.1 S&R mtf

sinewave3.1.mq4

Hi Mladen,

Is it possible to code the attached Ehlers' sinewave indicator (Sinewave3.1) as multi time frame? I find this indicator very useful on the H4+ time frames, but want to find entries using lower ones.

Thanks,

Files:rsioma_nrp_mtfalerts.mq4

mrtools or mladen:

Assuming the posted indicator here is latest one you have, can you add a RSX option to it and add arrows with alerts on the crosses? If there is an updated one, please use that one.

Thanks

Files:thorcmt

Did you test this indicator : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general ?

It has all the RSI types (TSX too) and extra of the usual averages types that are used in calculation

thorcmt:rsioma_nrp_mtfalerts.mq4

mrtools or mladen:

Assuming the posted indicator here is latest one you have, can you add a RSX option to it and add arrows with alerts on the crosses? If there is an updated one, please use that one.

Thanksmladen:thorcmt

Did you test this indicator : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general ?

It has all the RSI types (TSX too) and extra of the usual averages types that are used in calculationIts not MTF and has no alerts though.

If its easier to use the RSI of Averages - Advanced indicator then could you add the following:

If you could add:

1) MTF

2) Plot the assumed avg and plot the RSI against the avg

3) add alerts on the cross of RSI over the avg

4) add arrows for 3) above

5) add an adaptive version of RSX

6) NRP

It should like the one I posted with 2 lines plotted with arrows at the crosses

thorcmt

5. There are many versions of adaptive RSX - it would be best to keep it a regular version and then eventually do some of the adaptive RSX versions

6. That is a NRP (non repainting) version already

thorcmt:Its not MTF and has no alerts though.

If its easier to use the RSI of Averages - Advanced indicator then could you add the following:

If you could add:

1) MTF

2) Plot the assumed avg and plot the RSI against the avg

3) add alerts on the cross of RSI over the avg

4) add arrows for 3) above

5) add an adaptive version of RSX

6) NRP

It should like the one I posted with 2 lines plotted with arrows at the crossesthorcmt

For start test this : it is the rsioma nrp + mtf + alerts with a choice of rsi methods :Al the rest is kept as in the original

Here is an example of rsioma using rsx for calculation :

Files:Great, I thought you were going to start with the other one though.

Can you add alerts on the crosses with arrows?

Is it also possible to calculate PIPs between the arrows and print the number above or below the arrow to aid in manual backtesting?

What type is the moving avg used?

Thank You