How to set different style levels (indicators, fibonacci, etc.)?

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betaTr5der 2016.07.29 15:08
 


I want to change the style of the two extreme levels (Overbought, Oversold) in Solid Style.

How can I do it?


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Thaddeus_39 2016.07.29 15:53 #
 

When you select the RSI indicator (by clicking twice or dragging to chart window), a properties window appears.

Go to the levels tab and change the format as you wish.

Cheers 

 RSI Format

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betaTr5der 2016.07.30 11:39 #
 
Thaddeus_39:

When you select the RSI indicator (by clicking twice or dragging to chart window), a properties window appears.

Go to the levels tab and change the format as you wish.

Cheers 

 

Yes, but it changes all the levels style...

Now it's not a big problem, but if I want to set indicators with multiple levels or fibonacci... It would be nice to be able to graphically differentiate levels.

I'm sure it can be done, but I don't find any reference in MQL4 documentation.

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WHRoeder 2016.07.31 17:23 #
 
betaTr5der: I'm sure it can be done, but I don't find any reference in MQL4 documentation.
contradictory statements.

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betaTr5der 2016.08.04 22:10 #
 

Probably I have to pay to have an answer...

What a misery!

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rod178 2016.08.05 09:39 #
 
betaTr5der:

Probably I have to pay to have an answer...

What a misery!

1) overlay 

2) code the indicators from scratch 

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betaTr5der 2016.08.14 10:03 #
 
rod178:

1) overlay 

2) code the indicators from scratch 

Thanks.

The overlay is the easiest solution.

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betaTr5der 2016.08.15 12:21 #
 

Drawning lines to have different level styles is even more easy but cannot be done with Fibonacci tool.

MetaTrader is somewhat pathetic...

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WHRoeder 2016.08.15 13:57 #
 
betaTr5der: MetaTrader is somewhat pathetic...
You get what you pay for.

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