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I still think the problem is a multiply defined class. In your previous thread "NT indicator script compiling issues / error while importing" I described what I believe is happening . If you unzip a file containing a class name, and then create a file containing that same class name (using the import process you linked in your original post for the thread above), then that class name will appear in the namespace twice, resulting in the error. One of the files has to be removed from the indicators directory. Why don't you move the imported file somewhere safe (say a sub directory of indicators) so it won't be compiled (i.e it's not in the indicators directory), and then try to compile the unzipped indicator (ZigZagUTC_TL_BarCount_Fibs.cs) using the F5 key ? You can always copy the imported file back if this does not work
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