No problem mrtools and thank you. I am waiting for the fixed version.
Please read edit2 above, didn't see your post till after i edited again.
I really appreciate all your efforts and the time you spent with my request. I did a manual test
with screen caprture to check if the indicator is repainting or not. The conclusion is there is a
repainting issue on the rsi coloring. I used a 15min chart and the 'rsi ma nrp mtf' indicator in H4 timeframe.
You can see from the pictures below that the indicator is repainting on the 15min frame. And that is even
clearer as you can see the arrow that appears after many bars have already formed.
I have to admit that generally i am a bit confused with the repainting (recalculating) issue of the mtf indies.
I frequently use the 240min 'STLM histo on jurik' and I've never seen any repainting on the 15min timeframe (the indicator on the bottom ). Once the bar closes in 15min it never changes. However that is not the case with other indicators like the 'rsi ma mtf nrp' indicator. I don't know why this is happening and if it is something that can be corrected in the source code. Anyway, I want to thank you once again for the time you devoted on my request.
As far as I see, you are using it in multi time frame mode. As all multi time frame indicators it must update all the bars of the current time frame that belong to the still opened bar of the target time frame. That is how multi time frame indicators work and it is not considered a repainting but a normal multi time frame work
Dear mladen, if you have already read my post I've emphasized on that issue. But i still have the question why some indies (like the stlm mentioned on my post) have a different behavior.
A closed bar of the higher time frame will not change. Only the bars belonging to the current (still opened) bar of the higher time frame can change. As pf that arrow issue, it needs to be checked and it will be checked (along with the rest of the code)
Try it out now. As far as I see the arrows problem is solved. Some minor changes in the indicator made too. To be able to check exactly where the crosses happen, and also to check the exact behaviour if the indicator, when in multi time frame mode set the interpolate to false and you will be able to see exactly where the crosses happened on a target time frame (like on the example picture - interpolation changes the "step like look" to get a smoother results and that can mislead when it comes to things like crosses - without interpolation turned on you can see that crosses are at exactly the correct places)
Dear mladen, thank you very much!!!
Is there a version of the Stochastic Trend indicator available in the Exclusive Forum for MT4?
As always, thanks for your time in responding.
No. It is available only at tradcode and only for metatrader 5