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Written by Dr Ben, ben_dot_szapiro_at_gmail_dot_com
Hide/Show coding from MindSet's EmaHide.cs script.

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Superimpose Range, Renko or Minute Bars to a smaller bar size chart. I use it to look at larger bar sizes without distorting the equidistant bar spacing, and to confirm longer term trends. You can mix and match using BigBars on Range charts, minute charts, etc. The results will vary in live operation depending on COBC = true or false. The Show/Hide Button is activated by pressing the Shift key; after that the button will toggle between Show and Hide the BigBars' plots and boxes. The Show/Hide button makes the OHLC plots Visible/Transparent, and the High-Low,Open-Close boxes get shifted up by the HideOffset value. The default setting for HideOffset=200 Ticks would move the boxes outside the visible chart, but you can choose a smaller HideOffset to merely shift them slightly from the price bars. The "***" markers at the Current Bar location show where would the BigBar close Up or Down based on current price range, if applicable. You may override the first price of the session to some other value; specially useful to better align the BigBarsRenko Bricks with the significant price action/price levels. If StartingValue is left at zero the indicator will use its default Close[FirstBarOfSession].

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