Once you started coding, you will quickly get the hang of it. It is not so difficult, and in the end it is much faster and much more rewarding to do it yourself then come back to the forum for every little change.
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I spent the good part of last evening attempting to tweak the RSICeramictilePro indicator found on page 1 of this thread. My goal was to simply have the signal line be one color when it's above the zero line and another color when it's below the zero line. I don't need the average line to change colors.
I downloaded many different "color" indicators and tried to cut and paste what I though might work, but to no avail. I'm pretty much sitting at square one.