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@ADR - Average Daily Range:  30 Apr 2016, 17:53


Hi Ian, please change it to 'Black'. http://ctdn.com/api/reference/colors - for further color names. Regards, Dirk  

@ADR - Average Daily Range:  16 Jan 2015, 20:58


You're welcome... I've added some further parameters, so it's a bit more customizable without editing it with the cAlgo environment.

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@Custom indicator shrinks chart:  15 Jan 2015, 11:50


Didn't see this parameter... That's exactly what I've been looking for. Thanks a lot!!

@Average Daily Range number, instead of graph:  15 Jan 2015, 11:35


kechel, have a look at /algos/indicators/show/615 - perhaps this one is ok for you.

@Custom indicator shrinks chart:  14 Jan 2015, 01:35


Hi all. Just a short question... If you build your own custom indicator the chart is resized in another way compared to the standard indicators. For any standard moving average the chart is resized just on basis of the highest/lowest candle. But for a custom indicator the chart is resized additionally on basis of the indicators's line(s). Thus in a trending market a lot of screen space is wasted and some charts looks like they are going sideways, even if they are trending. Ok, if you're looking just on the single chart it's no problem, but for a 3x3 chart setup it is...

Perhaps someone has an idea (didn't find a parameter or anything else...). Thanks, Dirk

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free  16 Jan 2015
Hi all. Here an indicator to print the average daily range just as a number (+ current range of today, adr + 50%, adr + 100%). Update: Made it a bit more user friendly, by adding some more parameters (switch for daily timeframe/current timeframe and customizable colors). Personally I only need daily ranges and like the default colors. But perhaps someone else wants to see these ranges on other timeframes and/or wants to change the colors, because of a bright background... Cheers, Dirk  
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