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DrawRegion with 3 Lines

I have 3 lines on my chart. An SMA, EMA & T3.
I'm using DrawRegion 3 times (1 for each combination).
This would be fine if that was all I needed but
I have 5 separate conditions (whether one is trending for example).
This requires using DrawRegion 15 times.

During each condition evaluation, I determine which line is on top & on bottom.
Is there a way to assign a substitute variable in each condition to use for the DrawRegion inputs ?
That way, I would only have to use 2 DrawRegion lines...

Thx in advance for any help you can offer.

P.S. I can't just use the line values as the DrawRegion output is very blocky.

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I have 3 lines on my chart. An SMA, EMA & T3.
I'm using DrawRegion 3 times (1 for each combination).
This would be fine if that was all I needed but
I have 5 separate conditions (whether one is trending for example).
This requires using DrawRegion 15 times.

During each condition evaluation, I determine which line is on top & on bottom.
Is there a way to assign a substitute variable in each condition to use for the DrawRegion inputs ?
That way, I would only have to use 2 DrawRegion lines...

Thx in advance for any help you can offer.

P.S. I can't just use the line values as the DrawRegion output is very blocky.


You could calculate the MAX and MIN for your set of lines and then and then write those values to two new DataSeries objects. Then use DrawRegion() with those DataSeries.

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Thx 4 the reply Fat Tails...

I do have the Max and Min values.
I've just never created DataSeries objects at this point.
I'll begin my journey into how to achieve this.

Thank you very much.
You are truly one of the "Big Brothers" in the "Big Mike's Forum" family.

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