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Montreal
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: MultiCharts
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Hi,

I created an indicator using the MouseClickShiftPressed reserved word in MultiCharts and it works great. But there is one thing I would like it to do that I can't figure out how to code. if I am clicking off a high, I want a subtraction to be done and if I am clicking off a low, I want an addition to be done in my formula. How can I program it so that when I click, MC knows that I want a high or low? I have left most of the math out of the formula. Step4 is what I would like to change to an addition if I click on a low or a subtraction if I click on a high. Thank you.

 
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Inputs: Add(60), Chart_Length(2), iMultiplier(1), iSquare(2), TL_Colour(cyan), Txt_Colour(cyan);

[ProcessMouseEvents = true];
[RecoverDrawings = false];

switch (getappinfo(aicalcreason)) begin
	case CalcReason_MouseLClick : if MouseClickShiftPressed then begin
			
		var : recalcpersist iPrice(0), 
		recalcpersist iBar1(0),
		recalcpersist iBar2(0),
		recalcpersist dt1(0), 
		recalcpersist dt2(0),
		recalcpersist dt3(0),
		recalcpersist Step1(0),
		recalcpersist Step2(0),
		recalcpersist Step3(0),
		recalcpersist Step4(0),
		recalcpersist Step5(0),
		recalcpersist Step6(0);	
		
		repeat
			if 0 = iBar1 then begin
				iBar1 = MouseClickDateTime;
				dt1 = MouseClickBarNumber;
				break;
			end;
			
			if 0 = iBar2 then begin
				iBar2 = MouseClickDateTime;
				dt2 = MouseClickBarNumber;
				break;
			end;
			
			if 0 = iPrice then begin
				iPrice = MouseClickDateTime;
				dt3 = MouseClickPrice;
				break;
			end;		
				
		until (False);
		
		if 0 <> iPrice and 0 <> iBar1 and 0 <> iBar2 then begin
		
		Step1 = ------------------------
		Step2 = ------------------------
		Step3 = ------------------------
		Step4 = Step3 + Step2;
		Step5 = ------------------------
		Step6 = ------------------------
		
		draw_hor_line(Step6, iPrice, TL_Colour, Txt_Colour,  "");		
					
			iBar1 = 0;
			iBar2 = 0;
			iPrice = 0;

		end;
	end;
end;

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Hamburg Germany
 
Experience: Advanced
Platform: Multicharts, Tradestation
Broker: DTN IQ
Trading: ES
 
Posts: 2,186 since Apr 2013
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olobay,

you could use MouseClickPrice and check if the click is at the lower or lower and do the addition or if the click is at the high or higher do a subtraction.
You could also use MouseClickShiftPressed to trigger one logic and MouseClickCtrlPressed to trigger another.

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