Crayons is early onset hyper customizable trend reversal trading suite
There is some big changes for Signal and generation and its set as Default mode so in case of nostalgia for white noise there is an option to "rollback" placed at the top of input menu
As always- hyper customizable
Every singal core crayon signal group will be turned on by default so open input menu for personalizing signals to charts and personal character
Greatly improved Signal quality
Improved detection logic
Two Set's of "Cleaned" and "Vanilla"
Optional Polichrome candle painter mode to provide additional information on demand
Optional Labels for signals and
Secondary risk filter filtering "riskier" signal sequences (Experimental)
Second MA is changed by ATR modified to work as trailing S/R (Source is ohlc4 for whip protection model is experimental ,filters used is not suitable for micro tf so atr calls for higher periods, its experimental and will be fixed or removed with later updates, added for testing purposes)
Added few more "Crayons"
Disabled advanced options from default compiling
Prepared for 0.3 rework
Fixed bugs , plotting errors
Improved signal dynamics
A lot of features was removed
Experimental signals introduced in prev version is disabled by default
To enable open input menu
Final preparation before stable build
Ma can be found in link below
Addon for crayons derived from crayons
small optimization change and code conversion to pine script v4
Removed Classical candle detection
Consolidated some of logic for top recognition as H
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