Use iBarShift for the time points, then you can calculate the rise/fall for x bars
Then you can use this value to calculate the rise/fall over y bars
@WHRoeder, lot's of thanks!
Where these functions available also in former times?
Maybe the reason for your problem is datetime? It gives you seconds but on the chart you see some kind or enumeration of bars.
E.g. the two points of a straight line were [0,100] and [5,200]. x (=0 & 5) were bar numbers so stg1 = (200-100)/(5-0) = 20.
But in case this were h1-bars you get for (x2-x1) = 5 (bars) * 60 (min) * 60 (sec) = 18'000 and stg1 = 0,00555555555555555555555555555556.
You can try tdiff = (x2-x1)/(Period()*60) => 18'000/(60*60) = 5?
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