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Hello all,

 

I would like to receive some help coding a paintbar tool for TS for this strategy here: http://www.traderslaboratory.com/forums/f34/tick-hooks-tick-candles-1662.html#post9884

 

Im interested in an automatic line that can plot the opening 90 minute high/low for the TICK. I would also like somekind of visual way to see when the TICK reach this opening 90min high/low and make a TICK hook. I have both a candlestick and line on close plotted on the same chart.

 

Any help would be appreciated :)

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James

 

I can help you out with the first one, where it plots a high and low for the first 90 minutes.

 

You'll have to adjust the start and end time as I'm based in England so start is 14:30 here. Also, if your using $TICK like your picture on the other thread, just format indicator and "base study on" data2.

 

Hope this helps

 

Blu-Ray

 

 

 

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Tick.bmp

OPENING RANGE.ELD

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James

 

I can help you out with the first one, where it plots a high and low for the first 90 minutes.

 

You'll have to adjust the start and end time as I'm based in England so start is 14:30 here. Also, if your using $TICK like your picture on the other thread, just format indicator and "base study on" data2.

 

Hope this helps

 

Blu-Ray

 

 

 

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Thank you very much Blu-Ray. I will try this one out. :)

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Who want it for trading send a donation of 125$ to my PayPal account under deltatrader@bluewin.ch together with your Tradestation CustomerID and you'll get the protected code without any expiration date.

 

-swisstrader

 

Do a little research on the TS forums and you'll be able to find this eld or be able to piece it together. Looks like swisstrader is taking a page from TTM and taking eld's from the TS forums and try to sell them.

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Another piker in the wind, perhaps? Let's try to keep this forum a collaborative of traders helping traders ....

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trader273, before you write this you should research better!

I ever offer my own written code. And the FTP's on the current OR was my own idea in 2004!

 

 

I am no longer a TS client so I cant get to the forums. But to say that a pivot eld combined w/ an opening range eld is something special that someone should pay $125 or whatever you want is crazy. There are dozens of pivot elds (hell, even a couple on this site) and there are a bunch of open range indicators. This idea is far from original.

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Re: Nickm001 mod

 

When I use this - it only works for Regular Session and not my custom defined sessions... Am I doing something wrong here? I'd like it to post the x-minute range for any custom szession I have defined starting from the (csutom) session's 1st bar...

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Code is for regular session. Lines that needs to be changed is:

 

from ... "EndTime( CalcTime(SessionStartTime(1,1),EndTimeOffset))" to

 

EndTime( CalcTime(SessionStartTime(0,1),EndTimeOffset))

 

 

same for ... If time > EndTIme and time < SessionEndTIme(0,1) then

 

 

Here is the copy from TS guide that explains the difference...

____________________________________________

 

Usage

SessionStartTime(SessionType,SessionNum)

 

Parameters

SessionType

A numeric value. 0 = Auto Detect, 1 = Regular Session

 

SessionNum

A numeric value. Session Number to Reference

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EDIT:

 

Ignore previous post... Just modify the following lines..

 

inputs:

StartTime( SessionStartTime(0,1)),

EndTime( CalcTime(SessionStartTime(0,1),90)),

 

 

I was looking at different version of my code, not the code I posted in here.

 

Note to admin: For some reason I cannot edit my previous post

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EDIT:

 

Ignore previous post... Just modify the following lines..

 

inputs:

StartTime( SessionStartTime(0,1)),

EndTime( CalcTime(SessionStartTime(0,1),90)),

 

 

I was looking at different version of my code, not the code I posted in here.

 

Note to admin: For some reason I cannot edit my previous post

 

There is a time limit for post edits. We do this mainly for spam protection purposes.

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I have added size and style option to this nice indicator

 

inputs: 
//	StartTime( 	0900	), 
//	EndTime( 	1030	),
StartTime( SessionStartTime(1,1)), 
EndTime( CalcTime(SessionStartTime(1,1),90)), 
HL.Size( 	1 	),
HL.Style( 	2 	),	
HighColor( green),  
LowColor( red) ; 

variables: 
HavePrevLines( false ),  
TLHigh( 0 ),  
TLLow( 0 ), 
	PeriodHigh( 0 ),  
PeriodLow( 999999 ) ; 

if BarType <= 1 then { ie, if minute or tick bars } 
begin 
//	if Date <> Date[1] then { ie, if new day } 	
if CurrentSession(0) <> CurrentSession(0)[1] then { ie, if new session } 
	begin 

	{ truncate the previous lines if they exist } 
	if HavePrevLines then 
		begin 
		TL_SetEnd( TLHigh, Date[1], Time[1], PeriodHigh ) ; 
		TL_SetEnd( TLLow, Date[1], Time[1], PeriodLow ) ; 
		TL_SetExtRight( TLHigh, false ) ; 
		TL_SetExtRight( TLLow, false ) ; 
		end ; 

	{ re-initialize PeriodHigh,PeriodLow for the new day } 
	PeriodHigh = 0 ; 
	PeriodLow = 999999 ; 

	{ insert the new H,L lines and set their colors/extents } 
	TLHigh = TL_New( Date, Time, PeriodHigh, Date, Time, PeriodHigh ) ; 
	TLLow = TL_New( Date, Time, PeriodLow, Date, Time, PeriodLow ) ; 
	TL_SetColor( TLHigh, HighColor ) ; 
	TL_SetColor( TLLow, LowColor ) ; 
	TL_SetSize(  TLHigh  , HL.Size	);
	TL_SetSize(  TLLow	, HL.Size	);				
	TL_SetStyle(  TLHigh , HL.Style	);
	TL_SetStyle(  TLLow  , HL.Style	);		

	TL_SetExtLeft( TLHigh, false ) ; 
	TL_SetExtLeft( TLLow,false ) ; 
	TL_SetExtRight( TLHigh, true ) ; 
	TL_SetExtRight( TLLow, true ) ; 

	{ set flag } 
	if HavePrevLines = false then 
		HavePrevLines = true ; 
	end ; 

if HavePrevLines = true then 
	begin 
	if StartTime <= Time and Time <= EndTime then  
		begin 
		if High > PeriodHigh then 
			begin 
			PeriodHigh = High ; 
			{ MUST reset TL end before resetting TL beginning in this case; if order  
			  reversed, begin will first be reset to right side of end, and become the  
			  new end; this will then again be reset by the subsequent statement; the  
			  original begin will not be reset at all. } 
			TL_SetEnd( TLHigh, Date, Time, PeriodHigh ) ; 
			TL_SetBegin( TLHigh, Date, Time, PeriodHigh ) ; 
			end ; 
		if Low < PeriodLow then 
			begin 
			PeriodLow = Low ; 
			{ MUST reset TL end before resetting TL beginning in this case; see  
			  above. } 
			TL_SetEnd( TLLow, Date, Time, PeriodLow ) ; 
			TL_SetBegin( TLLow, Date, Time, PeriodLow ) ; 
			end ; 
		end ; 
	end ; 
end ; 

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:cool:

Yes, We have good teachers here to help with this excellent trading software

But, It is only 2 tiny lines of Blue-Ray's script...

Anyway, Thanks for your compliment Tams.

Have a nice week trades.

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