By William Blau's definition his ergodic indicators are "ergodic" if their calculating periods are 32,5 and 5 for signal line. So for the TSI, you can simply use the indicator from this post for example https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/173574/page305 and set the periods to same periods as on your example (but then they will stop being "ergodic" and will be a simple TSI according to Blau's definition).
Thanks for the info mladen
Do you have the original source (since the one you posted is a decompiled code)? If you do and it can be posted (if it is not a private or commercial indicator) then please post that since I work and change only on original code (as the wast majority of coders do too)
Does this indicator repaint
It uses future data, so yes, it does
Thank you for the info mladen ... is there any similar one which does not repaint ...
I havent original source mladen...Only this one I have
This is XO indicator as mentioned by Mrtools : https://www.forex-tsd.com/forum/commercial-talks/16112-profitable-forex-indicator#comment_648873
if its same maybe can solve(xo)
Any normal moving average cross indicator (that does not use future data) will do
Found this one on my PC. It is multi time frame enabled and with alerts already added (so it belongs to this thread). And it does not repaint