Here is what it looks like when they have common minimum and maximum and when they are plotted in the same subwindow (the green line is standard deviation) :
Using them without common minimum and maximum is leading to : 1. heavy repainting. 2. comparing the values that can not be compared (since, in fact, they never cross)
Please read my post again. Those are default standard deviation and the indicator you posted the link to at my picture too. But what you are trying to compare is the following : standard deviation that in the case of EURUSD never goes above 1 and, according to you, it crosses that indicator values that never goes bellow 5 to 10. I will repeat once again : those values are incomparable. You are on a wrong track and if you use those indicators in that manner, you are going to have what all repainting combinations/indicators do : big problems
dear mladen, mrtool
the attached indi doesn't refresh automatically, could you kindly correct it & make it auto-refresh please.
"TDI-RT-Clone" is needed too for that indicator to work. Can you please post that too?
thanks for the response, i'm attaching the TDI-RT-Clone indi below...