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There is the "bar period" and the "period" for the actual sma
What are you using for each? No clue but maybe could shed some light on what you are talking about.
Post a pic, plenty of helpful people here. Plus not sure can help but under settings in the indicator there is a setting called"visual" within that there is a setting "auto scale" which by default is set to True, maybe try setting it to false to see if helps in the appearance.
The VisualSMA is a multi-timeframe indicator which loads secondary bars. For example if you set the bar period to 5 and select minute bars, the indicator will load a secondary bar series of 5-min bars. The indicator period refers to the lookback period for the indicator. For example, if you select the indicator period as 20, the indicator will then calculate a SMA(20) from the bars loaded, which are 5-min bars. This SMA(20) calculated from 5-min bars will be shown on any chart (volume, renko, tick ....) to which you apply the indicator.
You can compare the result with a SMA(20) directly applied to a 5 min chart.
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