I'm not sure what "out of sync" means. I need to move on, maybe someone else can help you from here. Since you don't have any/much programming experience this could get very time-consuming for me. I just thought I'd point out some quick-to-find things for you. You can always try here or here or here as well for further help.
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I had that exact same problem, indicators compiled with no errors but all of my custom indicator disappeared, but were in the Indicators directory. I contacted Ninja support and after compiling several indicators with no errors he upgraded my release level (I was only 1 level behind) and when that didn't fix the problem we started removing these indicators, which solved the problem.
The original indicators first posted worked fine, but when I updated the code to include making the DataTable private and included the global locking mechanism the problem occurred, As I stated once all of the indicators were removed the problem went away.
I haven't gotten back to it yet but once I do I will be more methodical in doing the updates and see if I can at lease identify where it's getting broken.
Create indicator that will, for each instrument of interest, calculate the prior day OHLC, overnight (Globex) HL, prior day VWAP, current day VWAP , and SD of current day VWAP, and store the data in a singlet class, or a file.
Create indicators that recover the stored data and display those levels on any chart of any of the instruments of interest. So that you don't have to calculate the same things on a gazillion different charts.
Even better would be if @NinjaTrader calculated these and made them available from their historical and real time data servers.
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