I tried LotIncrease=false, but it still doesn't work.
2014.12.24 13:01:10.144 2014.07.01 00:03 Testing pass stopped due to a critical error in the EA
Try out this version : averagejoe_1.02.mq4
Still the same error... "Testing pass stopped due to a critical error in the EA"
Here is a version that works (tested it in all modes and it works) : averagejoe_1.03.mq4
Yes, this one works fine. Thank you Mladen!
when you have time, could you be so kind and have a look at this EA. It seems to be an old version. Could it be made compatible with the 3.304 version which I believe is the latest version ?
Edit: I believe that thing is only creating a Renko chart and it is not an EA, right?
Do we have an EA available for the 3.304 ?
Thanks for your help!
Do you think you will have the time to look at my request ?
May i ask you a trivial question.
i've got the following indicator priliv_s.mq4 which shows speed on 3 time frames, (actual, +1, +2)
would it be possible to change the settings of each speed plus add moving average to each line ?
I thought that I posted it already
Here is this version : priliv_s_1.01.mq4
Periods for moving averages are not separate (since the period for higher time frame is calculated from the current time frame moving average period). Try it out if it is close to what you had in mind
It's perfect !
Thanks a lot
In my opinion it is much better t have an indicator doing some job if posible instead of the EA. Just consider one thing : you can attach only one EA to the same chart and you can attach as much as you wish indicators to a same chart. So, if you wish to have different settings , you have to open multiple charts in the case of the EA. Also, do not forget that you can not attach a trading EA to the chart that runs renko EA
All in all, there is no reason at all to have renko generated by EA (it does not manage orders) so, I think. that we should have it as indicator whenever we can
Hi Mladen, ok thanks for your help. I will use the .mq4.
One last request. Could this one be made nmc ? I would like to try it with a Renko chart. Thanks again for your help mate!