This is a test with default values :
As far as I see it is OK
But if you use some time frame other than current time frame in that case mrtools combined values from two time frames for a signal to entry (and close) and they can differ completely from what you see from just one gann indicator value
Hi Mladen, I don't know whats wrong. I am using the standard settings of both files and have not touched the timeframe (ganntf = 0). I tried it now several times on EurUsd - H1 and still the same problem. If you check all signals then you see that 2 out of 10 signals differ completly. See screenshot attached. Build 646. When I try the same on M5 everthing "seems" to work fine...
Do you have the CloseOnTrendChange set to true?
Hi Mladen, it was set to "false" then I tried setting it to "true". Same problem.
I am trying since yesterday, I can not manage getting the same signals...
Trade can be closed according to volty channel too (not just the opposite signal)
Will check some more but almost sure that it is closed due to volty channel
Yes, that is what I thought too. But I have Volty deactivated... (UsevolTrailingStop = false)
Going through the code (will have to check what is written in it) and checking how it works. The solution will be found
Would it help if Volty is deleted from that EA? Just a thought. I am not using it.
But of course it would be nice to have.
Will check what can be done (after all I have to ask mrtools what was his exact idea since he did that part)
Gfuchs, would you prefer to not have the mtf Gann part, think that could be causing the problem your having? When I coded it was using 4 hour Adaptive Gann as major trend and taking trades when lesser time frame Gann changed to be the same as the 4 hour Gann. The volty trailing shouldn't be causing the problem especially if you have it deactivated.