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Hello,

I played with CCIpivot from BM.

What I don't get is that when I press F5 in a chart, the previously drawn pivot dots on the chart move, meaning sometimes they go away, or they are drawn earlier/later longer/shorter ?

I tried different datafeeds, its all the same ? Why is this ?

It's just an overbought/oversold indicator so why should it change reloading the 'same' data ?

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Do you use this version https://futures.io/tradestation-multicharts-easylanguage-programming/3361-cci-pivot-zones-easylanguage.html#post52551?

I think with "calculate on bar close= true" it works. Thatīs the way I use it. When I set COBC to false, I have the same issues like you. I guess there is a little error in the the code. Once a dot is plotted it does not get removed even if the bar closes at the opposite.
Perhaps a programmer could have a look at it.

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Do you use this version https://futures.io/tradestation-multicharts-easylanguage-programming/3361-cci-pivot-zones-easylanguage.html#post52551?

I think with "calculate on bar close= true" it works. Thatīs the way I use it. When I set COBC to false, I have the same issues like you. I guess there is a little error in the the code. Once a dot is plotted it does not get removed even if the bar closes at the opposite.
Perhaps a programmer could have a look at it.

Without looking at the NT conversion, I can safely say that the error above describes a common issue with COBC in NT. If during the bar (intrabar) the CCI crossed your value (say, 100 or -100) then it would flag it in real time. But if the bar closed and the CCI was no longer crossing, then it wouldn't exist on a refresh -- because NT draws historical bars on bar close only, not intrabar.

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Hello, thanks for the reactions, yes it's on NT.

I moved it to calculate on bar close TRUE.

Sadly, because it was nice to see it painting while the bar was forming.

Yes, that's the one I use.

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Hello, thanks for the reactions, yes it's on NT.

I moved it to calculate on bar close TRUE.

Sadly, because it was nice to see it painting while the bar was forming.

With some work it could paint COBC false and remove the signal after the fact if the bar ends up closing and the CCI is no longer crossing, but most people don't like "repainting".

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I guess it's best I keep an eye on the regular CCI indicator to see how the CCI is evolving while the bar is forming and looking if it's crossing the 100/-100.

I also played with WoodiesCCI but boy, what a load of info on that one.

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I guess it's best I keep an eye on the regular CCI indicator to see how the CCI is evolving while the bar is forming and looking if it's crossing the 100/-100.

I also played with WoodiesCCI but boy, what a load of info on that one.

A regular CCI will have the same problem. If you are trying to take a signal intrabar, then intrabar the CCI may have crossed 100. By the time the bar closes, it no longer crossed the 100.

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