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 msedlak40 
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I want to have this indicator on a smaller timeframe (say a 55 Tick Chart), but I want the indicator plotting off of a larger timeframe (say a 144 Tick Chart). Is this possible? I'm trying to test an auto strategy, and this is the easiest way that I've come up with to do that. It is too difficult to do this using multiple timeframes.

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 msedlak40 
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Sorry, I forgot to add pictures. This might help.

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I want to have this indicator on a smaller timeframe (say a 55 Tick Chart), but I want the indicator plotting off of a larger timeframe (say a 144 Tick Chart). Is this possible? I'm trying to test an auto strategy, and this is the easiest way that I've come up with to do that. It is too difficult to do this using multiple timeframes.

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