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Signal Lines


In the toolkit of the terminal it is possible to add signals. If you have ever used the signals you know that it’s easy. You just define the price and the terminal tells you when it’s time to. However it becomes more difficult when you need to change the signal settings very often. The «Signal lines» tool was created to make your work with the signals much easier, visual and accessible. In my scope of tools this one is the most frequent in use, it the essential part.

The tool will place the lines in the chart. The lines can be moved. When the market price crosses the line you will hear the alarm signal. There is also a useful feature. If the position according to an active tool is opened the line will show your profit according to its price.

For details, see www.profits4all.org 


Off/On status of the module
true - on (by default)
false - off

  On/Off status of the module. This option can be useful in case the tool is not used as a separate advisor but is placed in the tools container.

Profile name for the settings
(by default - 'default')

  If you want to use different settings for different charts of one symbol (e.g. line position or On/Off status) you can use profile names of various kinds. This will separate their settings.

Show the profit in the line description
true - display (by default)
false - not display

  Show the profit in the line description. If the position according to an active tool is opened the line will show your profit according to its price. That is, you can, for example, drag a line to the place where you plan to exit the market and the line shows profits that will be in that place. Earnings are calculated on the basis of your open position.

Show the profit even if there is no opened position
true - display (by default)
false - not display

  Show the profit even if there is no opened position according to the active tool. In this case the line will show the profit from the current market price to the price of the line with the predefined volume of position (see the next parameter). With this data you can easily calculate the potential profit or loss for the calculation of risk. Always useful information is at hand.
Lot to calculate profit unless no opened position
floating-point number
(by default - 0.1)

  The lot (the position volume) to calculate profit if there is no open position.

Display the period when you drag the line
true - display (by default)
false - not display

  Display the period when you dragged the line for the last time in the line description (for you not to forget this period). Use at your discretion.

Reset the line position for quick reactivation
true - yes (by default)
false - no

  Position the line in the visible part of the chart in case of intensive module reactivation. For example, the lines are beyond the visible part and you need to position them right now. In this case you can quickly switch the module in the next order: On-Off-On. You will see that the lines are now positioned in the visible part of the chart. We would say it is the command «call the lines nearer»

The number of seconds between the audio alerts
(by default 180 = 3min.)

  The number of seconds between the audio alerts. If you are waiting for a very important price you can decrease the interval between the alerts. The terminal will inform you more often.

The sound alarm file name (from the folder 'Sounds')
(by default 'tick.wav')

  The sound alarm file name (to inform you that the market price has crossed the line). Sound files are located in the terminal folder «Sounds». You can choose the sound you like or even add your own one.

The color of active line
(by default DarkSalmon)

  The color of an active line. This is the color of the line when the module is switched on and is ready to send you the alarms.

The color of inactive line
(by default LavenderBlush)

  The color of an inactive line. This is the color of the line when the module is switched off. We recommend you to choose a color that is close to the color of the chart so that the inactive line won’t be seen.

The On/Off button color
one of two colors
(by default auto)

  The button color. If you use the light background choose the light button. If you use the dark background then use the dark button. There are two variants for the button color.

The On/Off button offset
(by default 10)

  The On/Off button offset.

The offset of the lines description to the right
integer from 0 to 40
(by default 0)
  The offset of the lines description to the right. You may need it when the descriptions intersect with the descriptions of the STOP-levels and the open positions.
SevStol 2018.08.25 00:06 

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Gennadiy Voltornist
Gennadiy Voltornist 2018.02.09 17:29 

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Ali irwan
Ali irwan 2017.07.24 16:52 


FinGeR 2012.09.13 18:52