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A friend of mine gave me this indi and we want to make an adjustment to it. There is an RTPOC portion of this indi and we want to make it plot a chart marker from the standard NT chart marker list every time it moves when calc bar close is set to false. Currently, whenever it moves the old position is gone. You can see from the attached screen shot he runs it on multiple chart data series. The arrows drawn in are places where the different indi settings moved but did not leave a permanent marker. The other issue we have is when a new time frame starts (30 min, 1 hr, 2 hr, etc) the entire chart jumps to the left to allow the indis placement on the chart to be shown (another words on a 5min, 1 min, etc chart with a 2 hr indi on it the chart jumps left by 2 hrs at 8:00:01, 10:00:01, etc.

Thanks in advance for input/assistance

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