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macd lines below and above zero line .what is the best way do draw these?

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On the macd, i plot 2 lines.1 above zero line and 1 below.I set that at .0001 and -.0001.On a pb , i like for the histogram to penetrate these outside lines, to look for pullbacks.What is the best way to draw these, and then leave them forever? Ive been using rays, om nt8.Sometimes they disappear, and i need to redraw them.On 7 instruments, 14 charts, this can get irritating real quick!

it's simple
1) make a copy of your MACD,
2) open indicator constant lines, copy some line of codes where red arrows or blue frame showed to your new MACD
3) compile new MACD
Note: at the first 2 arrows, specify the value you want instead of zero.

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