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I use the BTOpening Range Indicator which is a simple but great indicator.

However, when I tried to set the time start at 9am and time stop at 8:59am (the next day) it won't draw the lines.

I need this because, on 6B, for example, at 3am this morning, 6B hit a new hight but it actually matched the high from trading hours only on Tuesday. However, I couldn't see that. I've used the PriorOHLC indicator but apparently, it defaults to showing the prior day OHLC from the 24 hour period starting at midnight.

Can someone look at the attached code and tell me how to change it to allow it to draw lines from a starting point on one day to a end point on the next day?



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I'll try it...thanks, cory.

I just want to be able to see the high and low from the for 6B from 6pm EST start until 6pm EST.

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Cory,

I imported your indicator, I set the range start time to 180000 and the range stop time to 170000.

I have the chart properties session times set to start time of 6pm and session stop time of 5:59 pm.

The indicator won't plot anything. Am I doing something wrong?

I'm using NT 6.5. The only way I can get the indicator to plot anything at all is to set the session start and stop time to 12:00 AM.

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Guys,

Similar issue on 6e. Trying to plot a window (EST) from 11:00 pm to 3:00 am

Chart Props set to 12:00 and 12:00 and also tried 5:00 pm or 170000 (end) and 5:59 pm (start).

Niether settings work. Placed indiactor start times all over the map with next day overlap.

Still working on it...

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Actually Cory's indicator works fine as it's doing what it's supposed to on my end. I'm not applying it properly as to what I it to do. That is place a colored "Box" around specific times showing the highs and lows within that time and not necessarily a breakout indicator which is what it's there for but a "highlight" indicator. Kudos to you Cory and do you guys have a sugesstion about an indicator that "Color Boxes with highs and lows" within specific times (ex 11pm to 3am EST).

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I'll try it...thanks, cory.

I just want to be able to see the high and low from the for 6B from 6pm EST start until 6pm EST.

Todd

from 6 to 6 that is a full 24hr you may as well bring up a separate 360m chart from 12-12 and take the high and low from there.

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@Fat Tails

A quick question regarding anaOpeningRange38 Indicator. Considering the change in CME trading hours, should this indicator be reviewed?

In the past, for ES one had to use a correction of -06.45 for the opening range to start at RTH (6:30 Pacific Time). Should now be using -07:45 correction?

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@Fat Tails

A quick question regarding anaOpeningRange38 Indicator. Considering the change in CME trading hours, should this indicator be reviewed?

In the past, for ES one had to use a correction of -06.45 for the opening range to start at RTH (6:30 Pacific Time). Should now be using -07:45 correction?

Thanks.

@aligator: I assume that you want to display the opening range of the regular session for ES. The regular session starts at 8:30 AM Central Time. There are different ways to achieve this:


(1) If you use a session template with three sessions per trading day no correction is required.


(2) If you use a simple session template which just reflects the Electronic Trading Hours for ES (since November 18 from 5:00 PM Central to 4:30* PM Central), then you have two options


(2a) Select Session # for RTH = First and set the offset to + 15:30, as you need to shift the session start 15 hours and 30 minutes away from the start of the electronic session.


(2b) Select Session # for RTH = Second and set the offset to - 8:00 , as you need to shift the session start 8 hours back from the start of the (non-existant) second session of the trading day.


Just keep in mind that the indicator aligns itself to the start of the selected session. If you apply a negative offset the opening range will start earlier, if you apply a positive offset the opening range will start later. With an ETH session you can therefore apply a negative offset counting from the end of the first session (start of the assumed second session) or a positive offset counting from the session start (first session).

The "Auto" setting is for use with segmented session templates. It catches the second session for all futures contracts, but the third session for currency futures and FOREX instruments.

*) 4:30 PM to allow for complete display of data prior to November 18, otherwise you would set the session end to 4:15 PM, which is the current close of the trading day as per new contract specifications


Below is a chart with the settings as per (2a).


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Thank you @Fat Tails.

If I use the 4:15 end session for ES (post November 18) then the offset (in my case for Pacific Time) would be -7:45 for RTH open range at 6:30 Pacific. Correct?

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Thank you @Fat Tails.

If I use the 4:15 end session for ES (post November 18) then the offset (in my case for Pacific Time) would be -7:45 for RTH open range at 6:30 Pacific. Correct?

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@aligator: Correct, if you use the indicator with an ETH session template and have the session # set to "Second".

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@aligator: Correct, if you use the indicator with an ETH session template and have the session # set to "Second".

Thanks @Fat Tails again.

Seems to be OK now. In the indicator I have been using session # "Auto." But if I change to "Second" nothing changes. So I guess "Auto" is OK also.

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Thanks @Fat Tails again.

Seems to be OK now. In the indicator I have been using session # "Auto." But if I change to "Second" nothing changes. So I guess "Auto" is OK also.

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"Auto" means "Third" for currency futures and FOREX. It means "Second" for all other futures.

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"Auto" means "Third" for currency futures and FOREX. It means "Second" for all other futures.

@Fat Tails, Thanks.

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Hi Todd, I ran into a similar prob on another indi that I was developing. I think the issue is midnight, and I am not (yet) clever enough to get around that. Is there a way that you could run the indi twice, once from your open time to 23:59 and the other from 00:01??? I have not looked at your indicator, but saw your post and thought that I would add my 2cents....

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I use the BTOpening Range Indicator which is a simple but great indicator.

However, when I tried to set the time start at 9am and time stop at 8:59am (the next day) it won't draw the lines.

I need this because, on 6B, for example, at 3am this morning, 6B hit a new hight but it actually matched the high from trading hours only on Tuesday. However, I couldn't see that. I've used the PriorOHLC indicator but apparently, it defaults to showing the prior day OHLC from the 24 hour period starting at midnight.

Can someone look at the attached code and tell me how to change it to allow it to draw lines from a starting point on one day to a end point on the next day?



Thanks,
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I use the BTOpening Range Indicator which is a simple but great indicator.

However, when I tried to set the time start at 9am and time stop at 8:59am (the next day) it won't draw the lines.

I need this because, on 6B, for example, at 3am this morning, 6B hit a new hight but it actually matched the high from trading hours only on Tuesday. However, I couldn't see that. I've used the PriorOHLC indicator but apparently, it defaults to showing the prior day OHLC from the 24 hour period starting at midnight.

Can someone look at the attached code and tell me how to change it to allow it to draw lines from a starting point on one day to a end point on the next day?



Thanks,
Todd

try this

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Hello

I am Brand New here. I have downloaded the Opening Range indicators. Must be doing something wrong. The Opening Range times I am looking for are the first hour on Futures GC and ZB from 8:20 am EST to 9:20 am EST and on CL from 9:00 am EST to 9:30 am EST.

I have been trying to adjust for these times. NEED HELP!!! New Here, new to trading, new to Ninja.

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Hello

I am Brand New here. I have downloaded the Opening Range indicators. Must be doing something wrong. The Opening Range times I am looking for are the first hour on Futures GC and ZB from 8:20 am EST to 9:20 am EST and on CL from 9:00 am EST to 9:30 am EST.

I have been trying to adjust for these times. NEED HELP!!! New Here, new to trading, new to Ninja.

Thank you so much


I have also tried to explain it here.



Select an appropriate session template for each indicator (reflecting ETH trading times), then apply the indicator to the chart, select session # = FIRST and use an offset that reflects the difference between the start of the trading day and the start of the regular session.

offset GC: 8:20 AM - 6:00 PM EST -> offset = 14:20 hours
offset CL: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM EST -> offset = 15:00 hours
offset ZB: 7:20 AM - 5:30 PM CT -> offset = 13:50 hours

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@Fat Tails,

In the attached screenshot of the ES, I am trying to specify an opening range of 9:30AM -- 12:00 PM Eastern. I am using the CME US Futures Index ETH session template, and I believe I have configured the settings correctly, but I am expecting the range to be the same width as the yellow rectangle.

You have an option called Extend OR plots until close, which I have set to False, so I am wondering what I'm doing wrong.

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@Fat Tails,

In the attached screenshot of the ES, I am trying to specify an opening range of 9:30AM -- 12:00 PM Eastern. I am using the CME US Futures Index ETH session template, and I believe I have configured the settings correctly, but I am expecting the range to be the same width as the yellow rectangle.

You have an option called Extend OR plots until close, which I have set to False, so I am wondering what I'm doing wrong.

@grantwood: I do not understand your question. The opening range that is displayed is correct.

The opening range plots extend until the next session break. If you use a session template that comes with several sessions per day, the option allows you to extend the plot until the end of the day.

With a standard ETH template the plots will extend to the end of the day anyhow.

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@Fat_Tails,

What I really would like is a way to mark the end of the range. Is it possible to add a vertical plot (at 12:00 PM in my example), along with the various style options?

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@Fat_Tails,

What I really would like is a way to mark the end of the range. Is it possible to add a vertical plot (at 12:00 PM in my example), along with the various style options?

Everything is possible. This feature would require a modification of the custom plot. Not quick to do though.

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Everything is possible. This feature would require a modification of the custom plot. Not quick to do though.

Thanks for considering this feature.

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Thanks for considering this feature.

For the time being this is too much work.

If you use the indicator with real-time data, the opening range will show gray when it is incomplete, and then change to the blue color when it is complete. Both colors - the color for the developing range and the color for the completed range - are user selectable. After the range is complete it will not change colors any more.

The same feature applies to the pre-session range. It will also use the developing color while incomplete and then switch to its final color when complete.

You can test this feature when scrolling your chart horizontally.

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For the time being this is too much work.

If you use the indicator with real-time data, the opening range will show gray when it is incomplete, and then change to the blue color when it is complete. Both colors - the color for the developing range and the color for the completed range - are user selectable. After the range is complete it will not change colors any more.

The same feature applies to the pre-session range. It will also use the developing color while incomplete and then switch to its final color when complete.

You can test this feature when scrolling your chart horizontally.

is there a way to have it color the cloud as well like the high/low OR lines for when its developing?

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is there a way to have it color the cloud as well like the high/low OR lines for when its developing?

Same answer: Can be done, but requires modification of custom plot. If I make that change someone will ask me to color the pre-session range. After a while somebody else would like to have the pre-session range colored in the developing color. Shortly afterwards some person would like to extend the opening range into the overnight session of the next trading day. Then somebody would like to have a different opening range start time on Wednesdays to take into account the EIA inventory report for crude oil, but have an earlier opening range on Fridays to start right after the major news releases. This would make it necessary to add more vertical lines, because there would be a different opening range every day. To make the indicator more useful, we would then need to add Toby Crabel's stretch to the high and subtract it from the low. To trade the opening range breakout, someone would like to know how it relates to yesterday's close and whether yesterday's close was in the lower or upper half of the daily range. As the chart is now clustered with lines, there is a need to add some buttons to toggle on and off the various features....

Many of these enhancements would be indeed useful, and I do not lack suggestions how to improve the various indicators and strategies. But it somewhat exceeds the time that I have available to produce free code.

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Many of these enhancements would be indeed useful, and I do not lack suggestions how to improve the various indicators and strategies. But it somewhat exceeds the time that I have available to produce free code.

No problem. I can simply place a vertical line on the chart at 12:00PM.

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Same answer: Can be done, but requires modification of custom plot. If I make that change someone will ask me to color the pre-session range. After a while somebody else would like to have the pre-session range colored in the developing color. Shortly afterwards some person would like to extend the opening range into the overnight session of the next trading day. Then somebody would like to have a different opening range start time on Wednesdays to take into account the EIA inventory report for crude oil, but have an earlier opening range on Fridays to start right after the major news releases. This would make it necessary to add more vertical lines, because there would be a different opening range every day. To make the indicator more useful, we would then need to add Toby Crabel's stretch to the high and subtract it from the low. To trade the opening range breakout, someone would like to know how it relates to yesterday's close and whether yesterday's close was in the lower or upper half of the daily range. As the chart is now clustered with lines, there is a need to add some buttons to toggle on and off the various features....

Many of these enhancements would be indeed useful, and I do not lack suggestions how to improve the various indicators and strategies. But it somewhat exceeds the time that I have available to produce free code.

a simple no would have done just fine.


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