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|Member since:||23 Jul 2016|
|Favorite symbols:||USDJPY, GBPJPY|
- @Market Facilitation Index: actually the problem is when the High minus the Low gives 0... so there will be no bar, and the same happens for the next bar because it has to compare with some value...
- @Market Facilitation Index: pambeaba, it's updated, i tested, there is only one "bug" that i can't fix and i have no idea why it is. Sometimes the indicator ends up with no bar at all, it's rare.. but it happens sometimes
- @Market Facilitation Index: thanks for the feedback, i will change the "repaint", it always starts as a blue bar and the indicator working on runtime will change blue to something else.
- @Fractals: Thanks drakon999!
- @Fractal Keltner channels: really nice.. thank you
- @Milliseconds Elapsed Proper Version: Same calculation logic? I don't think so.. Your indicator starts counting on point A, it ends counting in point B.. and then It displays the count... My indicator calculates on point B the time difference between point B and point A.. Your indicator is a visual indicator, you don't have constant data, this is like the repaint of a ZigZag...
- @Milliseconds Elapsed Proper Version: There is something wrong.. by the way... this indicator calculates (when it's working properly) how much a Tick Bar LASTS. It's not calculating the time difference between the previous tick and the current tick(elapsED) in a T1 Chart http://spotware.ctrader.com/images/screens/VX4gn.png BTW.. nice effect
- @Milliseconds Elapsed: Candle? What candle? These are ticks..... 1 tick... the period opens and close as soon as you receive the tick.... No time between "OpenTime" and "CloseTime" must exist....................... Are you done making a fool of yourself? Good.. now go and learn some manners...
- @Milliseconds Elapsed: http://spotware.ctrader.com/images/screens/G74gn.png First: double before = GetMilliseconds(MarketSeries.OpenTime.Last(1)); double current = GetMilliseconds(MarketSeries.OpenTime.Last(0)); Elapsed[index] = current - before; Second: Elapsed[index] = Time.Subtract(MarketSeries.OpenTime.Last(0)).TotalMilliseconds; Third: Elapsed[index] = Time.Subtract(MarketSeries.OpenTime.Last(1)).TotalMilliseconds; Are you serious..? "I was right you were wrong." Are you 12 or something? Please disappear..
- @Milliseconds Elapsed: It measures how many milliseconds took the market to show a new Tick The current OpenTime minus the previous OpenTime of a T1 Chart.. shows how many milliseconds are between each Tick..... in other words... how many milliseconds took the market to show a new tick...... You didn't even download the Indicator and test it.. otherwise you would see how it works... Keep talking.. everytime you say something you prove that you didn't even test the indicator and you just talk BS...