I would love to join you to contribute in your efforts, only I am not a programmer; only learnt some codings, thanks to futures.io (formerly BMT), with which I am able to tweak certain aspects.
I also came out with a thought if only the percentage of change can be made to be dynamic, meaning can be displayed in real time as the price moves, instead of at the end of the swing, I feel it would be terrific.
Im new in futures.io (formerly BMT) and I want to thank u all for all the nice threads: they really help those who are just starting like me.
I noticed that this indicator sometimes plot Red or Green line at random in the chart. If you look at the chart in post #1 for example, u'll see some random lines. Do they have any function?
The picture is on the first page of this thread, post #1. U can see an example after the Green ABC pattern in the middle of that picture. Then there is another ABC pattern, to its right, with another random red line departing from the price. As I said, Im new and these lines might have some kind of function which is obscure to me.
Love to hear what the little squiggles are. I am using PAS with other indicators on my tick charts to confirm my trades. Trying to become more mechanical, so I am not chasing. Still working up a system and would love to hear more details about PAS (especially if the little lines are of any consequenc).
Glad to hear someone else has noticed them, Bryant. It's surprising no one has talked about so far. I went through the all 34 pages of the thread. I mean, these squiggles are so clear from the picture in post #1, hardly to miss something so asymmetric. Lets hope someone sheds some light on it.
those are the historical entry lines for the ABC pattern.
lets say a bullish ABC pattern is forming. this indicator will also create an entry line. now if you get a lower point C, the triangle will go away, but the lines will stay if you select "entry line historical" to true. if set to false, the triangle and the lines will go away.
hope I'm making sense.
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Thank u for taking the time to explain: yes, it makes sense what u r saying. I did switch it to False in the PAS menu and the lines are still there. So it seems that once formed they cannot be removed by simply setting that option to false. I should see live if that is indeed the case.