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 mos
This tool allows assigning keyboard key to different settings of a chart such as timeframe, bar type (candlesticks or bars) and scale. Thus you will be able to quickly switch between save settings.
If you have ever played StarCraft your know how squads are saved in it. For example, Ctrl+1 is the first squad, Ctrl+2 is the second one; you can quickly switch between them and send them into battle.
The settings can be assign to numeric keys from 0 to 9. Hold Ctrl and press one of th
This indicator colors the bars of the main chart as opposite to the standard MFI, which is displayed in a separate window. First of all, such representation makes it easier to locate key points connected with specific values of MFI. In addition, the standard MFI has a problem. There may appear too big values of MFI changing the graph scale so that the small values become invisible. And this problem is solved by coloring the bars.
This tool makes the standard Auto-scrolling feature of the terminal more convenient to use. In the standard version, if the auto-scrolling is enabled, you cannot scroll the chart back, as it returns to the start with every new tick. To do it, you need to disable auto-scrolling before moving the chart.
This tool automatically disables auto-scrolling if you start moving the chart to view the price history. And if you move the chart to the start, to the new prices, it will turn on the auto-scrolli