Yes, set alertsOnCurrent to true, but remember that is still an open bar and the signal can change during the open bar.
Ok, thanks! I would like to apply this to the golden finger signals as I enjoy the dots being signals. Is this possible?
Change this line:
SetIndexBuffer(0,arrDn); SetIndexStyle(0,DRAW_ARROW); SetIndexArrow(0,234);
SetIndexBuffer(1,arrUp); SetIndexStyle(1,DRAW_ARROW); SetIndexArrow(1,233);
SetIndexBuffer(0,arrDn); SetIndexStyle(0,DRAW_ARROW); SetIndexArrow(0,159);
SetIndexBuffer(1,arrUp); SetIndexStyle(1,DRAW_ARROW); SetIndexArrow(1,159);
and compile it and you have the dots.
Ok, Thanks very much for the help!
But for that one you can use use sidus 3 (for example from this post : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/173574/page517 )
Dear M&M's (respectfully Mladen and MrTools )
Would you be kind enough to attach the usual alerts/signals on crossover to my #MAMA?
Hold on... not my Mama, Mama... I don't want anything attached to that one.
Is it possible to convert that indi to histo? Does it repaint?
Thank you for your trouble.
All the best!
Ricardo, have you seen this version of Mama here: https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/174980/page42
hi guys, my question may be non related to this thread but i hope someone can help.
i am using win7 and just trying to attach an EA software to my mt4 . So i run software download to my pc and open up my mt4 chart, when i start to do the installation , it prompt me for the key or codes , which i have to click File and go to Open Data Folder where i click and the key or code ( long string of numbers and letters) will appear on the window for me to copy and paste onto the installation box.
i try all the mt4 platform but no codes or key appear, but when i goes to my other pc running on vista , i can obtain the code through the same method. Pls help, tks.
hi good moving average indicator https://www.mql5.com/en/market/product/7781
In case you didnt see my question earlier, I would appreciate it if you could please clarify what you meant by "subtract 100 from it"? BTW I am using EMA 8 and EMA 55 within the Williams %R indicator. Many thanks.