I can do it, but I am pretty jammed for a couple days, so if someone else wants to do it, feel free. PM me at the end of the week if no one else does and/or I don't respond, cuz it probably means I forgot.
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Only thing is not sure if the MC highest and lowest calculates the same as the SC functions. Also I changed entry criteria so that close > open and close < open in case you were using time, volume, or tick charts, but this will have no affect on range and renko bars. Haven't tested or validated, so let me know any issues.
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Thanks for ur reply.
I cant open the fils.
i save it in SC data fils and try to open it fils>open new/open historical chart but i dont get anything.
Im new in using SC and i hope im not missing something
Put the dll file in your data folder. The cpp file is the source code, provided for anyone to make changes. Open a new chart, then press F6 then click on "Add Custom Study" and select the CCI Pivot Zones. Then change the parameters how you like. The default "Strength" is 3, which means it will use the highest high or lowest low of the last 3 bars. You may need to set this higher, e.g. 5 to 10, to catch the swing high or low, I am not really sure.
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