I took another look at the code real quick. Seems I only took out the repainting for Conservative Mode. If you are not using conservative mode, it still repaints.
I will try to come back and fix this later, I just have no time right now.
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I am working on a strategy that requires the exact status of a slope of an indicator in realtime at the time the trade is called to get triggered. In other words, no trigger from the close of the bar.
The indicator, in its current incarnation, does repaint the last bar. What I'm wondering is, does that repainting, in effect, undermine the integrity of the data that was used by the stategy to open a trade? Does repainting entail re-sloping? In other words, does this repainting change the prior data to render it unreliable?
I'm not a programmer, or a techie type, so forgive me if I'm not making total sense, but your help is greatly appreciated.