Absolutely fantastic, monpere! I just installed Ninja7 and the 'new' Stoch indicator seems to work like a charm However, as my trading environment is still Nt 6.5 so I will try & change this code per vegafoster's instructions. Thanks guys, you've been real helpful!!
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Ok, so I would like to be able to see both possible outcomes in addition to the current plot. I have tried this before using my own code with the problem being that as the bars increment the "whatif" data series do not reset back to the prior stoch values when COBC = False and the future values start calculating based upon the "whatif" values that are being generated. The first pic shows what I would like to see and the second pic shows what happens as time progresses. I tried it again modifying monpere's code but get the same result. Hopefully I have explained it well enough, I can't post the code because it's too long, sorry. I posted the cs file to include you 6.5 guys . I would appreciate any help, thanks.
I added a couple of lines to reset the previous bar values of the projected High/Low plots to the values of the normal plot. That's quick and dirty to take care of that problem. If you are only looking at the projected high and low close plots to make decisions, then I would suggest only plotting those, and eliminating the middle plot to save memory and processing time for each running instance of the indicator.
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I put 6.5 back on and will check it later today with monpere's fixes. Thanks monpere!. There are several things I want to use the logic for but haven't been able to figure out and of course NT support has been no help on the matter.
I haven't watched it in real time, but I think all the problems are fixed. I also renamed it because it technically is different than mopere's original and so people don't get confused it they like the original better. Thanks again @monpere for your help.
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