could you please have a look at that interesting indicator? I saw that it is not refreshing and need some work.
Thanks a lot.
That version of sidus repaints
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.
Please need alert and mtf on colour change.
Gabrielumoh, that indicator has a lot of problems, probably the main one is this
it should be
Wolfsch, any chance you have the original source code, the version you posted is decompiled.
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.
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.
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.
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.