mladen: rayphua
Can you please explain a bit more what is the exact idea of the "zero line"?

The distance of price to the top boundary of the ribbon would form the positive histogram, and the distance of price to the lower boundary would form the negative histogram, and any price within the ribbon would be considered the zero line. What do you think?

rayphua: The distance of price to the top boundary of the ribbon would form the positive histogram, and the distance of price to the lower boundary would form the negative histogram, and any price within the ribbon would be considered the zero line. What do you think?

rayphua: The distance of price to the top boundary of the ribbon would form the positive histogram, and the distance of price to the lower boundary would form the negative histogram, and any price within the ribbon would be considered the zero line. What do you think?

rayphua

Here is a "zero line" version. You will notice that it is not interpolated when in mtf mode. It is because linear interpolation, when applied to this type of discontinued data, is simply not looking OK, so I left it out

The next is this one (it is upgraded with all the averages types so it has 20 types too). There is one warning message at compile time, but it should be ignored (it is completely benign - does not influence anything, and it would require adding unnecessary code on order to avoid that warning) : cci_study_2_nrp_amp_mtf_nmc.mq4

mladen:rayphua Can you please explain a bit more what is the exact idea of the "zero line"?

The distance of price to the top boundary of the ribbon would form the positive histogram, and the distance of price to the lower boundary would form the negative histogram, and any price within the ribbon would be considered the zero line. What do you think?

rayphua:The distance of price to the top boundary of the ribbon would form the positive histogram, and the distance of price to the lower boundary would form the negative histogram, and any price within the ribbon would be considered the zero line. What do you think?

OK

It can be done

rayphua:The distance of price to the top boundary of the ribbon would form the positive histogram, and the distance of price to the lower boundary would form the negative histogram, and any price within the ribbon would be considered the zero line. What do you think?

rayphua

Here is a "zero line" version. You will notice that it is not interpolated when in mtf mode. It is because linear interpolation, when applied to this type of discontinued data, is simply not looking OK, so I left it out

one_more_average_ribbon_to_price_zero_line_nmc.mq4

Files:Mladen,

Can I have this as MTF and also as Bars

TMA Centered & bands

tmacentered_amp_bands_2.mq4

Files:Walter Fordham:Mladen,

Can I have this as MTF and also as Bars

TMA Centered & bands

tmacentered_amp_bands_2.mq4Walter

Here is the multi time frame version (with some more options) : tmacentered_amp_bands_2.01_mtf.mq4

For bars version : do you mean color bars on a chart colored accordingly to the cenetered TMA slope changes?

Files:In continuation:

auto_fib_pivots.mq4

cci_study2_nrp_amp_mtf.mq4

chalkin_money_flow_on_jurik.mq4

chalkin_money_flow_on_jurik-2.mq4

adaptive_t3_2.mq4

Files:Yes exactly! Thanks for the fast response.

mladen:Walter

Here is the multi time frame version (with some more options) : tmacentered_amp_bands_2.01_mtf.mq4

For bars version : do you mean color bars on a chart colored accordingly to the cenetered TMA slope changes?Walter Fordham:Yes exactly! Thanks for the fast response.

Walter

Here is the bars version too : tmacentered_bars_mtf.mq4

Files:Gfuchs:In continuation:

auto_fib_pivots.mq4

cci_study2_nrp_amp_mtf.mq4

chalkin_money_flow_on_jurik.mq4

chalkin_money_flow_on_jurik-2.mq4

adaptive_t3_2.mq4First this one : auto_fib_pivots_nmc.mq4

Files:Gfuchs:In continuation:

auto_fib_pivots.mq4

cci_study2_nrp_amp_mtf.mq4

chalkin_money_flow_on_jurik.mq4

chalkin_money_flow_on_jurik-2.mq4

adaptive_t3_2.mq4The next is this one (it is upgraded with all the averages types so it has 20 types too). There is one warning message at compile time, but it should be ignored (it is completely benign - does not influence anything, and it would require adding unnecessary code on order to avoid that warning) : cci_study_2_nrp_amp_mtf_nmc.mq4

Files: