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  1. #11
    Great news ...
    I've DL and tried every one of the aforementioned provided indies and I really do thank all you for your efforts to share those.

    Bad news ...
    Not one of these will do exactly what I need done.

    So what exactly do I need ...
    I am searching for the ability of an indior to draw horizontal lines specifically at those pip amounts, above and below a specified round amount price point such as 1.30000 about the EURUSD (these are to get a five digit system, but might be used for almost any broker by simply deleting or adding zeros).


    100
    200
    350
    500
    650
    800
    900
    000

    I'd love to be able to do that in one or two sets of those, in both directions.

    It'd be super if it would accomodate itself to changing price levels so that when current price changed to 1.40000, they would redraw themselves but that isn't necessary (just convenient).

    Fingers crossed,
    Rich

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Good news ...
    I've DL and tried every one of the aforementioned provided indies and I really do thank all you for your efforts to share those.

    Bad news ...
    None of these will do exactly what I want done.

    So exactly what do I want ...
    I am searching for the ability of an indior to draw horizontal lines specifically at these pip levels, above and below a given round number price point such as 1.30000 about the EURUSD (these would be for a five digit system, but could be used for any broker by simply deleting or adding zeros).


    100
    200
    350
    500
    650
    800
    900
    000

    I'd...
    You can try this one...


    https://forexintuitive.com/attachmen...7970513474.mq4

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    You can try this one...
    Thank you very much cspip bbut I regret to tell you yours is exactly the same as one of the above attachments already in this thread (albeit by another name), so still no joy.

    Any others out there?

  4. #14
    Tomorrow I will modify mine maybe.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I'll modify mine possibly tomorrow.
    Kenz987,

    That could be great.

    Along the lines of what I outlined previously, or simply totally flexible so that it could set to any multiple degrees? (which will be great)

    Additionally so that the line thickness, color and style can all be put to accomodate different chart colours and setups.

    Hey, might too ask for the moon, right?

    I appreciate your willingness to help.

    Rich

  6. #16

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Attempt these. The colours and line widths may be changed with box.
    Kenz987,
    Those two indiors are just about perfect. That is an excellent skill. My congratz to you. I can get within an mq4 script and alter preset levels and colours, etc., to make one from scratch has eluded me.

    I understand, one just has to go and devote the time to be proficient in it, right? However there are not enough hours in the day. But if I could figure out how to get by on no sleep at all ...

    Anyhow, I have one bug advisement and one petition.

    Bug advisement first:
    The Colors Tab:Style setting for the lines. If they're set to anything other than strong from the parameters section (state, dashed or dotted), once they're displayed on the chart - then whenever the timeframe (TF) is changed, those whose style was changed from the default immediately default back into a good lineup. They stay that way regardless of the TF after that until one goes in the parameters box and then resets them.

    The settings for the line depth can be acting in the exact same manner. Changes to the default settings for Colors Tab:Width is behaving in the exact same manner and aren't retained over TF changes.

    However, to give the indiors their due, the selected different color isn't shing back to the default with TF changes.

    Along with the above described bug is present in both indiors.

    I will just bet it is simple to correct those but I really don't understand how to do this tweak.

    Ask
    Can you add a parameter to make it feasible to replie the seven levels (for both indiors) so that for a currpair that has been determined to that degree could be accommodated for price changes of greater than 100 pips?

    A parameter default option for this might be one rep, with it feasible to alter it to allow lines to be attracted yet another full set of an additional seven lines, possibly (up for your own aMarkHorizontalUP1) or (down for the aMarkHorizontalDN1) for each additional integer increase, in order that an input of a 2 would create two sets of lines from that way.

    This addition would make it a much greater productivity instrument.

    Thank you so much for your time and ability in helping me pursue this attribute. Hopefully it'll be handy to many different traders as well.

    Rich

    P.S. I'd vouch for you but they won't let me maybe not qualified as yet

  8. #18
    1) That is the way MT4 works - it is something everyone has to deal with.
    2) The limit on buffers is 8. 1 pivot point and 7 lines. To get more just place another copy of the indior on the chart.
    Ps: Ability - well I've spent my whole working career on computers.
    Sleep - yep, that will be good. The best prices are at two am CT (London open) when I am asleep.

  9. #19
    Hello abinadi.... To keep your preferences when changing timeframes remove or comment out the ,STYLE_SOLID,2);.... On each line it seems.... Look at the edited code below.... then recompile the indior....

    To include additional lines up/down you can write a function which will draw horizontal lines.... It will not utilize buffers so that it will have no limitations regarding the number of lines...h

    Inserted Code SetIndexStyle(0,DRAW_LINE);//,STYLE_SOLID,2); SetIndexBuffer(0,PPBuf); SetIndexLabel(0,pp); SetIndexStyle(1,DRAW_LINE);//,STYLE_SOLID,1); SetIndexBuffer(1,DN1Buf);

  10. #20
    Hayseed: Thanks man, find out sumpin new day...;=)

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