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I cant find a divergence indicator to attach to the wiz ergodic.

Divergence works very well on my unirenko chart (2-8-1) but none of the divergence indicators come up when I try to apply them

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I cant find a divergence indicator to attach to the wiz ergodic.

Divergence works very well on my unirenko chart (2-8-1) but none of the divergence indicators come up when I try to apply them

@mannya, if on ninja, might try this ECIDiv, have no experience with it myself.


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@mannya, if on ninja, might try this ECIDiv, have no experience with it myself.


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thanks for the input but I tried that. It doesn't work. I think I've tried all the divergence indicators. Perhaps I am using them incorrectly

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thanks for the input but I tried that. It doesn't work. I think I've tried all the divergence indicators. Perhaps I am using them incorrectly

Hi @mannya,

You are right, somehow the ECIDiv didnīt work with the WizErgodic.

But you can use the attached ErgodicDiv indicator which does work. Itīs applied in panel 1.

Hope this helps.


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