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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).

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?

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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 ?



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 ?



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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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?


Here is a screen shot of what I mean also.


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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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Something like this?



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