It is for NT7, you'll need to upgrade as no one is developing for NT 6.5 any more.
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You can try to download the NT7 version, extract the .cs-file from the zip-file and then copy it into the directory NinjaTrader 6.5 -> bin -> Custom -> Indicators. The edit the indicator with NinjaTrader, replace "GridCategory" in lines 77 and 87 with "Category" and try to compile it.
If you are lucky, it will compile. I do not use NT 6.5 any more. There is no reason to stick with it.
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Thanks. If i cant get it to compile, can someone convert it for me? I am willing to pay if its reasonable. Unfortunately i have prop indicator that only works on 6.5 so its easier for me to stay on that platform. I dont trade off it. I just use my indicators.
You can send me a private message. Sometimes conversion is only a matter of replacing one or two lines in the indicator code. If your indicator runs as a protected assembly (can not be edited), I can not convert it.
Thanks @Fat Tails for your TSI indicator ! The smoothing makes it easier to read, less false signals...
This is a long shot request : is it possible to add an histogram that plots the difference between the 'true strength index' and the 'signal line' ? Pretty much like the histogram on the MACD plots the difference between the moving averages ? By playing with the settings, I think we could be really close to spot cycles, hi and low ...