That's what I kind of figured mladen. Thank you.
Thank you once again
PS: i noticed some brokers don't have a problem with the old custom indicators (indicators can still run on their platform even after updating to the latest build). is it just me or is it the same for everybody?
Yeah so far seems most of the problems are with mtf type indicators.
ould you please look at my post its not solved yet thanks guys https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/180648/page492
sorry...posted them in the wrong thread.
If time permits - can we please have those two indis equipped with alerts ?
Thanks for your help!
Those are indicators but, since they are very specific indicators (they are generating offline charts data) I think that it is much better to take any indicator that already have alerts of the kind that you need and attach it to those offline charts (ie : to use the offline charts as any other normal time frame chart and apply indicators to them).
PS: renko generating offline data indicator do not see the bars as bars, and that would add execution time lag (which would not be good when it comes to usage of such charts)
Hi Mladen, that would also be ok. Thanks! Nice idea
i'm afraid i posted in the wrong thread before, so this should be the right one...
i'd like to have a few additions to the attached indi for build 6xx (would it work also for 509?):
1. vertical line at zero cross (only if confirmed after current bar is closed)
2. sound alert + text message (pop-up)
3. email message (i've hotmail, does it work with build 6xx?)
many thanks in advance.
so as you can see v1 is not working as indicator or as ea it should do both
Zoroxzyad, on the center of gravity made it compatible with newer mt4 builds but added to the name "regression" since it actually is a renamed regression channel and wanting to avoid confusion with Ehlers center of gravity about the FFCal it would be best I think if you go to the original coder of that indicator to have it fixed.
Just for information the EA uses custom indicator "DSS Bressert" and the "FFCal".
Guys, just don't forget that polynomial regression is recalculating