Ok thank you for your answer... So If I understand well, I wont be able to run this EA on a because because it's running with an indicator which
calls a dll file ? oh no ..... :-(
But it's not the end of the world.
You can use many other (Renko) systems that run without DLL needs.
Hello !! Well !! It is the end of my world.... :) (just joking...)
Well, that's strange because sometimes, when I do the migration I get the message about the ddl files;, and sometimes not... But I still have a
problem obviously... I did the migration and the EA works fine on "traditionnal charts" i.e on a M1,H1,H4 etc... but not on Renko Chart
charts... that's sad, because the EA is optimized to run with Renko...
I am using 2 differents Renko tools... no commercials at all, just to notice you that with both of them, no position opens after the migration
whereas it works fine on local platform...
Has someone here encountered the same problems and found a solution ?
Renko is just a calculation.
It does not need a chart.
The chart part is solely for manual visualization purposes.
So you either trade Renko as EA, without a chart, or you trade Renko manually, with a chart.
It doesn't really make sense to autotrade Renko from a chart.
I know that Renko is just a calculation not based on time... only on price... My EA uses indicators with Renko chart that gives entry and exit
signals which are different than signals I could get with a traditionnal chart based on time... I hope it's understandable.. :)
You do not need that chart to autotrade that strategy.
It's keeping track of movement in steps or bricks which is done by calculations.
That chart is just the visual output for the eye.
You can use a EA with the embedded Renko calculation directly, and omit the indicator completely.
No indicators needed, no dll's needed.