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measuring the length of a candle

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Hi,

(using Multicharts.net Special Edition AMP)
is there an indicator that`s measuring the length of a candle (from its high to its low) + showing the value above or below the candle?
i.e. high 2500, low 2499 = 4 ticks or 1 point (emini)

would be even better if it shows the past 7 + actual candle(s)

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Hi,

(using Multicharts.net Special Edition AMP)
is there an indicator that`s measuring the length of a candle (from its high to its low) + showing the value above or below the candle?
i.e. high 2500, low 2499 = 4 ticks or 1 point (emini)

would be even better if it shows the past 7 + actual candle(s)

I have the same query for NT8 - if anyone can point in the right direction?

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I have the same query for NT8 - if anyone can point in the right direction?

Look for indicator named: Range

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Look for indicator named: Range

Thanks @trendisyourfriend - I was already looking into Range and they use HL points. Don't believe an indicator, which provides average value array of OC prices over a specified range (e.g. avg. of OC prices of last N bars - ignoring the wicks - as a starting point) - very prelim stages - need to noodle more on this :-)

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