Thank you for a great indicator! I will send you more feedback on the customization indi you made for me. I have been busy with the baby and renovating a new apartment I bought. Next month I will have more time for trading... :-)
Hope everything is going well with the plans for your trip to Australia!
Wow great job. Its really a great indicator. I really happy that you provided the Market Analyzer template. I didn't realize that you could put indicators in there. So now i'm busy creating some for it.
The question for you is "where do you find the New NT7 statistic panel". I have searched on the NT website and did a Google search and can't find where the documentation is. Very sorry for a basic question that has nothing to do with your indicator, but you are the 1st that I've seen or heard of it and i would love to know how to turn it on.
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Congrats for your fantastic job on this thread.
I just have one question please : on your market analyser template, what is the timeframe used for the different instruments? Is it possible to configure it for each instrument?
I just added Windows Speech Synthesis with a toolstrip toggle to the indicator, so you don't have to rely on .wav files (and I also added the possibility of extra alerts for ZigZag turns). It's a nice addition, and I thought you might want to consider it for future versions. (I can send you the code if you like.)
Re the most recent 'bug fix,' would you mind posting what that was? Otherwise I have to add all the speech synthesis stuff yet again.....
Thanks for the indicator!
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Is there a way of getting to the center point of any thread such as this indicator
there are over 250 posts, I assume the info is spread out over these posts, is there a post, page, or reference point for this topic (indicator) that gets updated/maintained such as the latest version of it or the latest instructions for it, not a forum expert so i don;t know if this is just not possible by default.
ps humbled by your work Dorschden many thanks from a non coder
the indicator detects swings and ABC pattern. Unfortunately I didn't created a user guide to describe all its features and functionality but every entry in the indicator property menu has a description.
In the toolbar the risk reward (R/R) for an ABC trade is calculated by the loss and win for this trade and the quantity you can trade. To calculate this you can set the in the property menu the account size and risk. Or you can use the risk reward ratio and quantity calculation without the ABC pattern for your trading.
I created the statistic panel for the swings, it comes with the indicator. You can turn it on in the indicator property menu. You have to set in the category "Features" the "Statistic" property to "Bottom".
unfortunately NT is not able to handle a separate timeframe for the instruments. Each column has one timeframe (template = 5 minute). You have to add one column for one timeframe or you use several market analyzer.
You simply have to add in the beginning of the OnStartUp() function the following code.
In the first post of this thread is a link that points to the post where the discussion about the latest version starts. I updated it a few minutes ago.
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