Thanks for the indicator. Looks realy promising. Are the bands made of a smoothed Bollinger?
Going to test it when market opens.
thanks for sharing
On historical data the cross of the yellow/blue line is happening much earlier (or not happening at all) compared with a simulated live feed (visual BT)
So what's looking good on history would not have happened live
A cross down of yellow/blue often happens when price is still at or near the upper band. That doesn't happen live
Same for cross up with price near the lower band
I think it is not the first time you post something and say t is not repainting and it is....
Please tell me....look at the 2 pics below.... on the first pic we see the price coming down and the yellow line going up.....we know that all indis lag so what is
the reason the yellow it is doing such a strong up move
Answer is the second pic below.... and if that is true it is repainting
Why do you say that it is not? Are you just looking for downloads?
This indicator 100% repaints, open 2 identical charts with this indicator attached, wait for a while then refresh one chart and compare the other. You will clearly see the indicator repaints very much so...
The 2nd pic simply shows the yellow line continuing to go up as price turns upwards.
So how does the 2nd pic confirm the indicator is repainting?
THE SECOND PICTURE IS FURTHER AWAY IN TIME.
ITS THE SAME THING NO CHANGE.
Dudes -- regarding repainting -- it does not repaint. The way you test for repainting is run the indicator within MT4's Strategy Tester. One fellow above was comparing charts from two different times -- really?
Another fellow thinks that refreshing a chart proves repainting -- really?
Aren't you guys aware that MT4 charts get updated only after they receive a new tick?
It might be the indicator has a bug in its code -- I don't know. It's impossible to tell without the source code. But that is different than claiming it repaints.
Pretending you're an expert and giving false advice poisons threads and gives everyone a bad taste in their mouth...
If this tool calculation formula (use Tilson and ATR) base on centered TMA bands then yes it should repaint on purpose. You should learn how to read this 'repainting on purpose' sine wave bands to mark extremes.
btw, if you don't want to share the mq4 file, then maybe you could add 'lines shift' function, MA methods selection and applied prices selection. thanks in advance.
It is repainting
Mu bluefx simulator doesnt work anymore,
I get a blank black page.
If It worked I would tell you guys if it repaint or not easily.
Can someone test it out on the bluefx?
I checked it in history, it looks too good to be true, so it probably is repainting.
All I need to know is if the yellow and blue crossings are true or not.
Sorry but are you guys noobs.... the reason I placed the second pic is so you can see why the yellow line in the first pic did go up before the price did ....lol
Because it repaints.....
Try it live and stop dreaming....I wish it did not repaint....
I expected it from the other guys but from "il be back" I did not......any professional can tell with one look
When you code an indicator there are both dynamic and static objects that get drawn on a chart. Depending on whether or not there is a new tick and depending on how the indicator is attached to a chart, then sometimes stale, static objects remain. This is particularly problematical when you use templates. This is not an indicator issue and it is not related to repainting. Rather, it is a function of how MT4 draws and updates charts.
Repainting occurs when an indicator draws an object at the most recent candle, and then a few candles later changes the object. This actually occurs in the code. You can only detect this using MT4's Strategy Tester. What you guys keep thinking is repainting is not repainting.
You keep reporting that it repaints but you won't test it using MT4's Strategy Tester -- why?
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