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Possible to protect code in ThinkorSwim?

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Anyone know how to protect code in ThinkorSwim? Id like to share something Ive developed, but want to keep the logic hidden. Any help would be appreciated.

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The general public can not protect their thinkScript code.

If per chance you have a strong contact and relationship with a thinkOrSwim developer, you can have your source code protected. This is the only way I know.

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The general public can not protect their thinkScript code.

If per chance you have a strong contact and relationship with a thinkOrSwim developer, you can have your source code protected. This is the only way I know.

Rightfully so, 6 years later, the answer is the same. The Whole purpose of the share buttons and menus IS to share.

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What kind of indicator is it?

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You might want to contact Pete Hahn at hahn[dash]tech[dot]com . You might just be able to pay him to do it for you.

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