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how to change COLOR of previous BAR????

to change the color of current bar is easy, but how can i change the previous bar's color? (some hints here, but cant help - https://futures.io/tradestation/18592-historical-last-bar.html)

example:
 
Code
MyColor = red;
if high>high[1] then MyColor= green;  {want make previous bar green color}
plot1(1,"sample", MyColor);


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selnomeria,

you'd use the the same code to change the current bar's color, but use index 1 for one bar back (i.e. [1] ).

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ABCTG


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to change the color of current bar is easy, but how can i change the previous bar's color? (some hints here, but cant help - https://futures.io/tradestation/18592-historical-last-bar.html)

example:
if something my specific condition happens on current bar, i want to change color of previous bar... how to do that?


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selnomeria,

you'd use the the same code to change the current bar's color, but use index 1 for one bar back (i.e. [1] ).

Regards,
ABCTG

can you give me example? (i have updated my initial post, and included my error code)

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Something like this might work for you:

 
Code
MyColor = red;
if high>high[1] then SetPlotColor[1]( 1,  green) ;  {want make previous bar green color}
plot1(1,"sample", MyColor);
Regards,
ABCTG

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