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Automatic Fibonacci Retracement

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//----------------------------------------------------------------
//		 show dash 
//----------------------------------------------------------------

//----------------------------------------------------------------	  
		variables: 
//----------------------------------------------------------------

id.tl.Dynamic_R(-1),
id.tl.xFib0.764(-1),
id.tl.xFib0.618(-1),
id.tl.xFib0.500(-1),
id.tl.xFib0.382(-1),
id.tl.xFib0.236(-1),
id.tl.Dynamic_S(-1),

right.time(0);

right.time = DateTime2ELTime( getappinfo(airightdispdatetime));

if Show.Dash <> 0 then
begin

if currentbar = 1 then
begin

id.tl.Dynamic_R = tl_new( d, right.time {- barinterval * dash.length}, Dynamic_R, d, right.time, Dynamic_R); 
id.tl.xFib0.764 = tl_new( d, right.time - barinterval * dash.length, xFib0.764, d, right.time, xFib0.764); 
id.tl.xFib0.618 = tl_new( d, right.time - barinterval * dash.length, xFib0.618, d, right.time, xFib0.618); 
id.tl.xFib0.500 = tl_new( d, right.time - barinterval * dash.length, xFib0.500, d, right.time, xFib0.500); 
id.tl.xFib0.382 = tl_new( d, right.time - barinterval * dash.length, xFib0.382, d, right.time, xFib0.382); 	
id.tl.xFib0.236 = tl_new( d, right.time - barinterval * dash.length, xFib0.236, d, right.time, xFib0.236); 
id.tl.Dynamic_S = tl_new( d, right.time - barinterval * dash.length, Dynamic_S, d, right.time, Dynamic_S); 

tl_setcolor(id.tl.Dynamic_R, HighColor	);
tl_setcolor(id.tl.xFib0.764, Fib0.764Color);
tl_setcolor(id.tl.xFib0.618, Fib0.618Color);
tl_setcolor(id.tl.xFib0.500, Fib0.500Color);
tl_setcolor(id.tl.xFib0.382, Fib0.382Color);	
tl_setcolor(id.tl.xFib0.236, Fib0.236Color);
tl_setcolor(id.tl.Dynamic_S, Lowcolor 	);

tl_setSize(id.tl.Dynamic_R, High.Size	);
tl_setSize(id.tl.xFib0.764, Fib0.764Size	);
tl_setSize(id.tl.xFib0.618, Fib0.618Size	);
tl_setSize(id.tl.xFib0.500, Fib0.500Size	);		
tl_setSize(id.tl.xFib0.382, Fib0.382Size	);	
tl_setSize(id.tl.xFib0.236, Fib0.236Size	);
tl_setSize(id.tl.Dynamic_S, Low.Size 	);

tl_setStyle(id.tl.Dynamic_R, High.Style	);
tl_setStyle(id.tl.xFib0.764, Fib0.764Style);
tl_setStyle(id.tl.xFib0.618, Fib0.618Style);
tl_setStyle(id.tl.xFib0.500, Fib0.500Style);	
tl_setStyle(id.tl.xFib0.382, Fib0.382Style);	
tl_setStyle(id.tl.xFib0.236, Fib0.236Style);
tl_setStyle(id.tl.Dynamic_S, Low.Style 	);

end;

tl_setbegin(id.tl.Dynamic_R, d, right.time - barinterval * dash.length, Dynamic_R);
tl_setbegin(id.tl.xFib0.764, d, right.time - barinterval * dash.length, xFib0.764);
tl_setbegin(id.tl.xFib0.618, d, right.time - barinterval * dash.length, xFib0.618);
tl_setbegin(id.tl.xFib0.500, d, right.time - barinterval * dash.length, xFib0.500);
tl_setbegin(id.tl.xFib0.382, d, right.time - barinterval * dash.length, xFib0.382);
tl_setbegin(id.tl.xFib0.236, d, right.time - barinterval * dash.length, xFib0.236);
tl_setbegin(id.tl.Dynamic_S, d, right.time - barinterval * dash.length, Dynamic_S);

tl_setend(id.tl.Dynamic_R, d, right.time, Dynamic_R);
tl_setend(id.tl.xFib0.764, d, right.time, xFib0.764);
tl_setend(id.tl.xFib0.618, d, right.time, xFib0.618);
tl_setend(id.tl.xFib0.500, d, right.time, xFib0.500);
tl_setend(id.tl.xFib0.382, d, right.time, xFib0.382);
tl_setend(id.tl.xFib0.236, d, right.time, xFib0.236);
tl_setend(id.tl.Dynamic_S, d, right.time, Dynamic_S);

end; 

//----------------------------------------------------------------
//		 show number 
//----------------------------------------------------------------

//----------------------------------------------------------------	  
		variables: 
//----------------------------------------------------------------

id.text.Dynamic_R(-1),
id.text.xFib0.764(-1),
id.text.xFib0.618(-1),
id.text.xFib0.500(-1),
id.text.xFib0.382(-1),
id.text.xFib0.236(-1),
id.text.Dynamic_S(-1);

if Show.number <> 0 then
begin

if currentbar = 1 then
begin

id.text.Dynamic_R = text_new( d, right.time, Dynamic_R, text(Dynamic_R)); 
id.text.xFib0.764 = text_new( d, right.time, xFib0.764, text(xFib0.764)); 	
id.text.xFib0.618 = text_new( d, right.time, xFib0.618, text(xFib0.618));
id.text.xFib0.500 = text_new( d, right.time, xFib0.500, text(xFib0.500)); 
id.text.xFib0.382 = text_new( d, right.time, xFib0.382, text(xFib0.382)); 
id.text.xFib0.236 = text_new( d, right.time, xFib0.236, text(xFib0.236));
id.text.Dynamic_S = text_new( d, right.time, Dynamic_S, text(Dynamic_S)); 


text_setSize(id.text.Dynamic_R, NbreSize);
text_setSize(id.text.xFib0.764, NbreSize);	 
text_setSize(id.text.xFib0.618, NbreSize);
text_setSize(id.text.xFib0.500, NbreSize);
text_setSize(id.text.xFib0.382, NbreSize);
text_setSize(id.text.xFib0.236, NbreSize);	
text_setSize(id.text.Dynamic_S, NbreSize);	

text_setcolor(id.text.Dynamic_R, NbreColor );
text_setcolor(id.text.xFib0.764, NbreColor );	 
text_setcolor(id.text.xFib0.618, NbreColor );
text_setcolor(id.text.xFib0.500, NbreColor );
text_setcolor(id.text.xFib0.382, NbreColor );
text_setcolor(id.text.xFib0.236, NbreColor );	
text_setcolor(id.text.Dynamic_S, NbreColor );

text_setstyle(id.text.Dynamic_R, 1,1 );	
text_setstyle(id.text.xFib0.764, 1,1 );	
text_setstyle(id.text.xFib0.618, 1,1 );	
text_setstyle(id.text.xFib0.500, 1,1 );
text_setstyle(id.text.xFib0.382, 1,1 );
text_setstyle(id.text.xFib0.236, 1,1 );	
text_setstyle(id.text.Dynamic_S, 1,1 );

end;

text_setstring(id.tl.Dynamic_R, text(Dynamic_R));
text_setstring(id.tl.xFib0.764, text(xFib0.764));
text_setstring(id.tl.xFib0.618, text(xFib0.618));
text_setstring(id.tl.xFib0.500, text(xFib0.500));
text_setstring(id.tl.xFib0.382, text(xFib0.382));
text_setstring(id.tl.xFib0.236, text(xFib0.236));
text_setstring(id.tl.Dynamic_S, text(Dynamic_S));

text_setlocation(id.tl.Dynamic_R, d, right.time, Dynamic_R);
text_setlocation(id.tl.xFib0.764, d, right.time, xFib0.764);
text_setlocation(id.tl.xFib0.618, d, right.time, xFib0.618);
text_setlocation(id.tl.xFib0.500, d, right.time, xFib0.500);
text_setlocation(id.tl.xFib0.382, d, right.time, xFib0.382);
text_setlocation(id.tl.xFib0.236, d, right.time, xFib0.236);
text_setlocation(id.tl.Dynamic_S, d, right.time, Dynamic_S);

end; 

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text_setstring(id.tl.Dynamic_R, text(Dynamic_R));
text_setstring(id.tl.xFib0.764, text(xFib0.764));
text_setstring(id.tl.xFib0.618, text(xFib0.618));

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I can not find the DateTime2ELTime function. Is this in the latest version of TS (I;m running current version-1) or a coded solution.

 

If it is a coded solution please post it.

 

Thanks

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Hi Tams

 

I'm wondering if there is a way to begin the ligne on the last value on the right side of the chart instead of go x bars before

 

And is there an other way to code the numbers to appear like in your ATR Marker ?

 

If you got Xtra time for helpcoding of course

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Also

I'd like to have the lignes in the empty right side of the chart

So if Right margin = 8

Dash.length( 8 ),

Well sometimes I have no lignes and when I put a nber like 66 I have them and after a while they desappear

The code looks great anyway

 

 

is your chart's exchange time zone different from your computer's time zone?

 

One of my chart is exhibiting the symptom you are describing.

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Quote Manager

Exchange & ECN List

(my)Name

Time Zone

GMT +01 (like in my windows system)

 

 

Format symbol

Display

Time Zone

Local/Exchange

 

Wich one is to use ?

 

I use Exchange because similar than in QuoteManager

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Quote Manager

...Wich one is to use ?

...

 

 

I don't know. I am still experimenting with this.

I think if the exchange is in a different time zone than your computer, there will be a problem. But I don't know how to fix that yet.

:-(

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What I did for the DJ and works fine

 

Quote Manager

Exchange & ECN List

Nyse

General

Sessions

monday 15:30

Time Zone

GMT +01 (like in my windows system)

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Sorry forget the last message

 

What I did for the DJ and works fine

 

Quote Manager

Exchange & ECN List

Nyse

General

Sessions

monday 15:30monday 22:00 (my local time = NY - 6h) *

Time Zone

GMT +01 (like in my windows system)

 

Format symbol

Display

Time Zone

Exchange

 

*You change with the delay from Auckland to NY and it should work

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From the spring 2007, the dates of beginning and end of the hour of summer for the United States are going to be displaced to answer the Energy Policy Act of 2005. The dates of the hour of summer in the United States will begin three weeks earlier (to 2h00 the morning the second Sunday of March) and will end one week later (to 2h00 the morning the first Sunday of November).

 

The territory of the United States is divided in four zones of hour: the borders of the zones don't follow those of the States, either for geographical reasons, either because of the zones of influence of some big cities in the little populated regions. it is earlier at the United States that in Europe, and jet lag must be subtracted therefore on European time to have the local hour. For example, when it is noon in Zurich, it is 6 o'clock in the morning in Boston, 5 hours in the morning in New Orleans, 4 hours in the morning at Denver and 3 hours in the morning in San Francisco. The passage at the hour of summer (Daylight Saving Time) doesn't make itself to the same date that in Europe, there is one hour of shift therefore in more between the last Sunday of March and the first Sunday of April.

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I have to fix it up twice a year with Summer changing time which is different +- 2 weeks than in Europ

 

I have to fix it up twice a year with Summer changing time which is different from 1 to 3 weeks than in Europ

 

I don't know how Australia works...

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Hi, I am looking for an additional easylanguage code to add to the previously posted code above (fibo with line and number.txt) that will plot a maximum of five fibonacci retracements of each higher time frame the monthly/weekly/daily/60 minutes/15 minutes simultaneously on a 15 minute chart. Each higher time frame fibonacci should have a different color so specific time frame fibonacci can be recognized on the one chart. Anyone have time to make code for this and post here?

 

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