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This Open Range Breakout Indicator seems to work in NT7

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DoubleMA & NT7

I started reviewing this code but came across this forum and the following post:

https://futures.io/ninjatrader-programming/1434-ninjatrader-7-compatibility-4.html#post25626
https://futures.io/ninjatrader-programming/1434-ninjatrader-7-compatibility-5.html#post25629

These posts indicate that there is/was an effort to make this indicator compatible with NT7. I cannot find the thread noted for this effort. Can someone please direct me to the right location?

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MACD BB Lines V2


I have quickly tested MACD BB Lines V2. Import to NinjaTrader 7 was possible, but there are some modifications required. This is probably due to the implementation of ChartControl in NinjaTrader 7, which is different from NinjaTrader 6.5. The indicator uses a custom plot.

When I tested MACDBBLines, it worked with equidistant bar spacing set to true (default for single series chart), but the dots did not plot properly, when equidistant bar spacing was set to false (default for multiseries chart).

If anybody has the competence to modify the custom plot, I would appreciate.

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TriggerLines

Just checked the trigger lines indicator. It works with NT7. Could not find it here, so downloaded it from the NinjaTrader forum.

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futures.io (formerly BMT) MAGIC is working so far in 7.18.
Not sure what the neutral color is for since it only seems to display up or down, but never neutral.

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DoubleMA compatible with NT7?

I was planning to review this code and take a crack at making it work with NT7. However, based on BigMike's post, this is not a good idea.

With that said, I cannot find a thread pertaining to this effort as referenced in BigMike's post. Can someone please give me the link to this thread if it exists?

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Before you spend a lot of time on that DoubleMA code, I would advise against it. The code is incredibly convoluted and there are far, far simpler ways of accomplishing it. I'm not the original author, but I've learned a lot in the last year with NinjaScript and I would rather see a new version created than the old one patched up to work in NT7.

If there is interest in this, I suggest creating a new thread specifically for that purpose, and if no one else steps up I'll make an effort to write a new version.

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I was planning to review this code and take a crack at making it work with NT7. However, based on BigMike's post, this is not a good idea.

With that said, I cannot find a thread pertaining to this effort as referenced in BigMike's post. Can someone please give me the link to this thread if it exists?

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I would suggest starting from scratch, don't try to port the old version. You can look here for EasyLanguage example:
https://futures.io/tradestation-multicharts-easylanguage-programming/4948-ts-multicharts-doublema-indicator.html

With NT, it is more powerful with regards to being able to use enums so you can have a drop-down list of named moving averages, instead of remembering a number. I'm sure you can find several examples of using enums on the forum.

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DoubleMA for NinjaTrader 7.0

I have coded the DoubleMA from scratch for NT7. I have tested it for the most part and compared values with the prior 6.5 version. I believe it is working correctly but more eyes are always better so take a look at it and let me know.

I maintained the DataSeries Signal and DMV. See the indicator's code or parameter dropdown for implemented MAs.

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I have coded the DoubleMA from scratch for NT7. I have tested it for the most part and compared values with the prior 6.5 version. I believe it is working correctly but more eyes are always better so take a look at it and let me know.

I maintained the DataSeries Signal and DMV. See the indicator's code or parameter dropdown for implemented MAs.

Bravo, much better code than was in the 6.5 version

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I modified DoubleMAPaintHolyGrail V1 in NT 6.5 to DoubleMAPaintHolyGrail V2 in NT 7. I put a link in V2 but do not have access to V1 to add a link there.
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