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I think perhaps you need to edit the code and change the bar type location to a "Custom#" address that is available on your Ninja.
There are 10 Custom locations (0-9) and 4 or 5 Finals (1-4). First find your empty locations (there is an indicator on futures.io (formerly BMT) that will report your empty custom locations). Then edit the code and copy it in Type folder.
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Thanks yeah I think this is the issue - I have one computer where I do trade and the other is for fiddling with different things, i installed it no problem on my work computer but having issues on the fiddling one so I think I can sort it out now.
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Has anyone attempt to implement UniRenko in a MTF strategy? I've discovered some weirdness and wondered if anyone had any ideas. The strategy is based on two bar series, both UniRenko; COBC=false. I want to calculate the Primary bar series on the tick level but for the secondary I have specified:
if (BarsInProgress == 1 && FirstTickOfBar)
to simulate COBC=true for the secondary bar series.
I have no issues with the primary data series however when I attempt to use, say, Closes for the Secondary data series I get the correct values with the Print statement however a simple statement like:
if (Closes < Closes)
seems to be ignored. I've used that exact statement as a condition to fire an order and even though the secondary series is printing the opposite (I brought up a second chart of the secondary time frame) the order is still executed. I purposely excluded Closes as I am aware that Ninja can truncate the last bar of the smaller time frame in real-time MTF.
Just wondering if anyone has any experience with this? BTW: If I swap out the UniRenko for any other period type, minute, tick, volume, even a commercial Renko implementation, the script works as expected. BTW: I'm doing all my testing in market replay. I'm aware of issues with high speed testing so I've allowed this to crawl along at 1X speed around the time I know a false positive should appear.
Hi WolfieWolf, I use UniRenko in a multi-time frame strategy and I have no issues as you describe. Please make sure that you have the latest version, because there were some problems with the earlier one. I had run-time problems with the earlier version.
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