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I was afraid of that.
I was hoping there'd be a way to use built-in Hull moving averages and a way to calculate Heiken-Ashi monthly bars with rolling monthly periods. (I believe Hull and H-A calculations use a lot of historical data).
Looking to use built-in and custom PCF indicators based on a *rolling* month period (instead of calendar months). e.g. The most recent candle would represent the month-long period ending on today. Want to use monthly moving averages etc based on this rolling timeframe so that all candles represent an equal amount of time, even in the first few days of a new calendar month
Is this possible?
I have a *lot* of Scan Condition Sets that I've created.
The problem is that when they are selected, only the first 20 characters are shown (followed by ...) up at the top of the Watchlist. So it's often difficult to figure out which Scan is currently in effect (many of mine differ by a Suffix, denoting currency, for instance).
However, there is a *ton* of room available, but unused, on that part of the screen still.
Would you be able to request that it show at least 50 characters for the Scan name?? That would be a *huge* help and help avoid errors of having the wrong Scan selected without realizing it.
thanks. i've been wondering about that for a while
okay, so no left-right movement available like there is with watchlist columns?
is there a way to change which plot is the Primary plot after the fact?
At the right side of each chart is a current value, outlined with a box.
But when I add multiple plots to the same chart, and scale them to each other, it only shows the current value for *one* of the plots.
1) Is there a way to specify *which* plot it will show the outlined value for on the right?
2) Is there a way to show multiple outlined values on charts with multiple plots (e.g. one for each plot)?
When I save a Condition Set, I can give it a name.
Can I then refer to that Condition Set >by name< from within any of the Add Plot selections (say, the Custom PCF % True Indicator)?
Thanks Bruce. Was hoping to avoid chewing up multiple Alerts for each symbol.
I have a Condition Set that uses *Ranking*, say top 30%, that I use as a Scan Condition.
What I'd like to do is use that Condition Set to change the colour of a moving average plot on my chart. e.g. show parts of the moving average plot as Green when my condition is true, and Red when it's false.
In the past, I've used IIF's within a Custom PCF to return either:
a) the value zero (if false) or
b) my plot value (if true)
and created a plot for each colour I want to plot on my chart.
However, because this time I'm using a Condition Set that uses Ranking, I can't write a Custom PCF for it and use the IIF method above to plot each colour.
How would I do this?