Indicators with alerts/signal - page 1013

wolf1210
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wolf1210  
mladen:
Here is the new mt compatible version : ___fractal_dimension_nmc.mq4 PS: the name is reverted to original. That indicator is not Hurst exponent

Hi Mladen

could you please have a look at that interesting indicator? I saw that it is not refreshing and need some work.

Thanks a lot.

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emmany4
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emmany4  
mladen:
emmany4

That version of sidus repaints

Use sidus 3 or later

Thanks Mladen for the advice, pls can you make Sidus v3 in the attachment to have option of alerts on current bar.

Thanks in advance.

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
emmany4:
Thanks Mladen for the advice, pls can you make Sidus v3 in the attachment to have option of alerts on current bar. Thanks in advance.

Emmany4, this one here: https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/180648/page293 has that option.

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
gabrielumoh:
Mladen/mrtools.

Please need alert and mtf on colour change.

God bless

Gabrielumoh, that indicator has a lot of problems, probably the main one is this

maOpen=iMA(NULL,TimeFrame,MaPeriod,0,MaMetod,MODE_OPEN,pos);

mClose=iMA(NULL,TimeFrame,MaPeriod,0,MaMetod,MODE_CLOSE,pos);

maLow=iMA(NULL,TimeFrame,MaPeriod,0,MaMetod,MODE_LOW,pos);

maHigh=iMA(NULL,TimeFrame,MaPeriod,0,MaMetod,MODE_HIGH,pos);

it should be

maOpen=iMA(NULL,TimeFrame,MaPeriod,0,MaMetod,PRICE_OPEN,pos);

mClose=iMA(NULL,TimeFrame,MaPeriod,0,MaMetod,PRICE_CLOSE,pos);

maLow=iMA(NULL,TimeFrame,MaPeriod,0,MaMetod,PRICE_LOW,pos);

maHigh=iMA(NULL,TimeFrame,MaPeriod,0,MaMetod,PRICE_HIGH,pos);

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
wolfsch:
Hi Mladen

could you please have a look at that interesting indicator? I saw that it is not refreshing and need some work.

Thanks a lot.

Wolfsch, any chance you have the original source code, the version you posted is decompiled.

the_creator
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the_creator  

Hello. Please make arrows. When 9 rectangles green and 1 red rectangle, down arrow. When 9 rectangles red and 1 green rectangle, the up arrow. What would the arrow is not redrawn.

tro_trend1.mq4

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pippoinzaghi
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pippoinzaghi  

Dear Mladen or mrtools

I'm wondering if it would be possible to create an alert for the Williams Percent range indicator with a couple of moving averages crossing each other, except using williams % data instead of price.

I'm using the Williams Percent Range and moving average indicators that come standard with MT4.

With the W%R indicator, I set the style to "none"

I then apply 2 different moving averages to this indicator and set "apply to: first indicator's data".

It would be great to have the usual alerts added to notify when the moving averages cross each other, but especially a vertical line in the indicator window only, for each instance (as pictured below).

I would be very appreciative if this could be created. Many thanks in advance.

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wprma.jpg 28 kb
emmany4
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emmany4  

Hello Mladen & MrTools, please help to add option of alert on current bar on this indicator. I prefer this indicator than sidus v3 when properly filtered.

Thanks in advance.

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Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
Pippo Inzaghi:
Dear Mladen or mrtools

I'm wondering if it would be possible to create an alert for the Williams Percent range indicator with a couple of moving averages crossing each other, except using williams % data instead of price.

I'm using the Williams Percent Range and moving average indicators that come standard with MT4.

With the W%R indicator, I set the style to "none"

I then apply 2 different moving averages to this indicator and set "apply to: first indicator's data".

It would be great to have the usual alerts added to notify when the moving averages cross each other, but especially a vertical line in the indicator window only, for each instance (as pictured below).

I would be very appreciative if this could be created. Many thanks in advance.

Pippo

If you take a stochastic oscillator (with slowing set to 1 and price set to high/low) and subtract 100 from it you are going to get Williams % range. And since stochastic already has a signal line that is a moving average of stochastic value, the simplest way would be to use some of the stochastic ndicators that aready have alerts made

pippoinzaghi
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pippoinzaghi  
mladen:
Pippo If you take a stochastic oscillator (with slowing set to 1 and price set to high/low) and subtract 100 from it you are going to get Williams % range. And since stochastic already has a signal line that is a moving average of stochastic value, the simplest way would be to use some of the stochastic ndicators that aready have alerts made

thanks for that great bit of wisdom, mladen! I will indeed try that out. one question tho: what do you mean by "subtract 100 from it"? thx.