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I do not understand your first sentence. NinjaTrader scales vertically (several options). Read "them", what is "them"?

I do not understand your second sentence either. What is "dot on rails", could you be more explicit?


Fat i think he refers to the space between the dots of the MACDBBLines that is not exactly the same as the one found on the MACDBBLines provided by NexGen. I suppose the rails mean the line (MACD line) that links the dots together.

BTW, is it possible to make this line visible in the version you have modified here ?
https://futures.io/free_downloads/ninjatrader-7/indicators/598-download.html?view


Presently, to make this line visible i use the regular MACD as a workaround that i place in the same window as the MACDBBLines. This is the actual MACD line that needs to be visible.

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I use NexGen for trading, but I learned the system from someone else. Curious how you read them the same considering that NT doesn't scale vertically?

I would love to dump TS, but NT doesn't do what I need... You can't see proper separation with dot on rails (bollinger bands).

What do you mean ?
Are you sure of this, with NT7 ?

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Fat i think he refers to the space between the dots of the MACDBBLines that is not exactly the same as the one found on the MACDBBLines provided by NexGen. I suppose the rails mean the line (MACD line) that links the dots together.

BTW, is it possible to make this line visible in the version you have modified here ?
https://futures.io/free_downloads/ninjatrader-7/indicators/598-download.html?view


Presently, to make this line visible i use the regular MACD as a workaround that i place in the same window as the MACDBBLines. This is the actual MACD line that needs to be visible.

Space between the dots

I would need a screenshot to see the difference.

Rails

If those rails are just lines connecting the dots, I can add an option to the indícator in a few minutes. Just confirm or show a screenshot.

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Rails

Something like this?

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What do you mean ?
Are you sure of this, with NT7 ?

Well, I don't use NT7 any longer until it becomes a lot more stable. I don't have time to play with the program to actually get the features they quote to work. I have given up after 6 months with all the 'bugs'.

I was told by their head guys that the indi's supposedly do this on NT7, however, at the time, no MACDBB existed for NT7. I see now that one has been made. NT forums are not very good and great for chasing people away from the product in my opinion, with the response, "Good luck, I am sure programming this will not be a challenge".

I can program (not in C#), but rather spend my time trading or learning to trade better.

I will take a look at what has been posted and see. So far, the vertical scaling has not worked to be similar to TradeStation. I definitely do not like TS, due to high fee's, pay for every data feed and just the poor customer service if something does happen. For some reason, I just get bad energy from them. Plus, I like instant replay in Ninja.


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Space between the dots

I would need a screenshot to see the difference.

Rails

If those rails are just lines connecting the dots, I can add an option to the indícator in a few minutes. Just confirm or show a screenshot.

Ok, terminology is always confusing. The dot with the line connecting them is what I call the 'bb' like a bb you shoot from your bb gun. haha...

However, I called it the dot to not confuse. However, this is nothing more than the 12 (or fastMA) in relation to the 26 (midpoint line--horizontal line). The bands on the side which I called the rails work like a Bollinger Band in the sense of a standard deviation right. So, the separation of the 'bb' from the 'rail' is important as usually it will show a slingshot move which helps you identify a pivot.

By identifying pivots on MTF, you end up with a likely 2-3 point + move. However, in certain conditions, you can pull your hair out, so that is why I trade fibs, and other price action to find likely areas. When I have confluence, then it will likely be a good trade on TF. Every instrument looks different on this approach.

Your latest pic looks good. Let me take some time to review.


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Something like this?

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Here is a screen shot of what I mean also.

https://futures.io/journals-daily-charts-chart-reading/6087-tf-russell-2000-futures-contract-day-trading.html

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Ok, so I think the issue I have is the fact that I can't move the zeroline.

Can I move the zero line up down, around the window like Tradestation in NT7? I can't figure out how. The window is 'hooked' onto the midline/zero-line. It doesn't float. Same issue with charts.

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That's exactly that but don't forget the middle line between both Bollinger bands. If you add that it will be great.
Thanks again. +1

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Ok, so I think the issue I have is the fact that I can't move the zeroline.

Can I move the zero line up down, around the window like Tradestation in NT7? I can't figure out how. The window is 'hooked' onto the midline/zero-line. It doesn't float. Same issue with charts.

No you can't do this with Ninjatrader. I got this answer from Ninja team. There is nothing wrong with your Ninjatrader platform. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission. If we wish to make it louder, we will bring up the volume. If we wish to make it softer, we will tune it to a whisper. We will control the horizontal. We will control the vertical. We can roll the image, make it flutter. We can change the focus to a soft blur or sharpen it to crystal clarity. For the next session, sit quietly and we will control all that you see and hear in the markets. We repeat: there is nothing wrong with your Ninjatrader indicators do not look for other platforms. You are about to participate in a great adventure. You are about to experience the awe and mystery which reaches from the inner mind to... The Outer Limits.

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