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I have created some code that displays some calculations on the current bar and need to clear this information and start the calculation over on each new bar. I have tried this: if LastBarOnChart and BarStatus( 1 ) = 2 then but nothing displays using this statement. Here is the code that I want to reset each bar.... Ltxt = text_new(date,time,close," "); text_SetLocation(Ltxt,date,CalcTime(time,RightOffset),Close-(txtOff)); text_SetString(Ltxt," "+SEtxt+RightStr(NumtoStr(LoE,Dec),TTrun)); text_SetColor(Ltxt,Locolor); Any suggestions appreciated.
I've used both the "TickCountDown.eld" available on this forum and the "Tick Counter 2000" available from TS forums and while they technically work... the countdown moves from out of view on the far right hand side of the chart, and inches closer and closer to the actual candle with every tick, then gets there and gets kicked out again to the point where you can't see it. Does anyone know of a workaround or fix for this to make it behave like in TS where it just stays a space away from the current bar on the chart? I've attached a small 0:43 .avi file of a chart showing the behavior. Thanks for your help!!! capture-1.avi
This is a handy tool coded by weiwei that offers a timer for each minute price bar. So if you are using a 5min chart, this will count down until the bar closes. The indicator is very flexible with modifications made by weiwei allowing users to adjust the location of the timer accordingly. Thanks to weiwei for this contribution. Screenshots are not attached as this is pretty obvious. Note: Once applying it on your charts, you must wait until the current bar closes in order for the timer to show up. #MINTIMER.ELD