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how do I change standard 15,7 to standard 8,20,0,02,0,2,0,02 in NT7

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Anyone familiar with the indie, does anyone know what it would take to configure this zz to accept a reversal amount to calculate the swings as opposed the 'bar span?'

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Hi, would any programmers here able to add bar count to the swing length options?

Thanks a lot

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Does anyone know if there is any easy way to export the swing length history? It is printed as text using the PriceActionSwing indicator, shown in gold numbers on the chart below.


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I have been manually entering it into a spreadsheet, but it seems like if the information is there to print historical swings on charts, it might also be there to export. An example of what I am using it for is attached as a PDF.

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Does anyone know if there is any easy way to export the swing length history? It is printed as text using the PriceActionSwing indicator, shown in gold numbers on the chart below.


I have been manually entering it into a spreadsheet, but it seems like if the information is there to print historical swings on charts, it might also be there to export. An example of what I am using it for is attached as a PDF.

Thanks.

I haven't checked but I am sure it would be easy to do as Dorschen seemed to make everything easy to get at.

I had a desire to have swings printed based on length instead of barspan so I modified the stock NT zz indicator to print out the times/date/distance etc. If you would like that, lemme know and I can help you out with that.

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Does anyone know if there is any easy way to export the swing length history? It is printed as text using the PriceActionSwing indicator, shown in gold numbers on the chart below.


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I have been manually entering it into a spreadsheet, but it seems like if the information is there to print historical swings on charts, it might also be there to export. An example of what I am using it for is attached as a PDF.

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Hi Gary,

Use NT output window and copy and paste into your excel data

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Mkt Analyzer setup for PAS

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Can anyone direct me to a place / template to setup the market analyzer for the priceactionswing indicator. Love the indicator but I am unclear how to setup the ABC alerts in the analyzer. Thanks so much.

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Can anyone direct me to a place / template to setup the market analyzer for the priceactionswing indicator. Love the indicator but I am unclear how to setup the ABC alerts in the analyzer. Thanks so much.


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priceaction is priceless....

can anyone agree that Higher Highs are better to trade SHORTS than Lower Highs?

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Hi,

has anyone created a strategy out of this PAS?

I saw a thread on this earlier, but it didn't really seem to go anywhere.


I'm still quite new to NT, but have used OpenQuant extensively, so the basic concepts are ok for myself already.

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