I don't know much about programing, can anyone help me to changes to these indicators so that they can plot the time measure numbers(at the right side) upside-down? The 0 should be at the top and the 5 is at the bottom?
You would need to reprogram the indicator so the scale is -5 to 0 instead of 0 to 5. Then -5 will be at bottom, but still not understanding this very well.
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As you know these two indicator measure the time that takes to plot a new price bar in a range or tick bar chart. The problem is that they work opposite as the volume indicator, When the price bars in the main panel are plotting faster the indicator's bars gets smaller because is taking less time to plot a new price bar.
So what I'm trying to do is modify them so that when it takes more time to plot a new price bar in the main chart the bars in the indicators will be smaller and when it takes less time to plot a new price bar, the bars in the indicators will be bigger.
I have tried to the edit ninja script but no luck.
I'd be grateful if anyone can guide me.
have you tried to normalize the values and then plot them as a percentage? here's one idea:
1. create a new indicator and store the values in a private DataSeries (this would be what is currently being plotted);
2. check each bar to see if the new value makes a higher-high or a lower-low;
3. if no new hh/ll, then divide current-value by high-low and subtract from 100% to identify the offset; plot this value as an oscillator;
4. if you made a new hh/ll, then you'll need to recalibrate all of the previous bars against the new divisor