pipCharlie

[RS] MTF Murrey's Math Lines Channel

Took the orginal Murrey's Math Lines Channel and added Multi Timeframe functionality.
Question though, how do I get 4H available in the drop down list when setting the desired timeframe ?
Thanks
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study(title="[RS-MTF] Murrey's Math Lines Channel Colors", shorttitle="[RS] MTF MMLC", overlay=true)
//Defaults to Current Chart Time Frame --- But Can Be Changed to Higher Or Lower Time Frames
useCurrentRes = input(true, title="Use Current Chart Resolution?")
resCustom = input(title="Use Different Timeframe? Uncheck Box Above", type=resolution, defval="D")
res = useCurrentRes ? period : resCustom

//SET COLORS
color08 = #008000 
color18 = #3CB371
color28 = #32CD32
color38 = #ADFF2F
color48 = gray
color58 = #CD5C5C
color68 = #FA8072
color78 = #FFA07A
color88 = #FF0000

length00 = input(100)
fmultiplier = input(defval=0.125, type=float)

//MIDLINE CALCULATION
hhi = highest(high, length00)
llo = lowest(low, length00)
fraction = (hhi - llo) * fmultiplier
midline = llo + fraction * 4

//MTF MIDLINE CALCULATION
MTF_HHI = security(tickerid, res, hhi)
MTF_LLO = security(tickerid, res, llo)
MTF_FRACTION = security(tickerid, res, fraction)
MTF_MIDLINE = security(tickerid, res, midline)

//PLOT MMLC
plot(MTF_MIDLINE, color=color48, linewidth=2)
plot(MTF_MIDLINE + MTF_FRACTION * 1, color=color38)
plot(MTF_MIDLINE + MTF_FRACTION * 2, color=color28)
p00 = plot(MTF_MIDLINE + MTF_FRACTION * 3, color=color18, linewidth=1)
p01 = plot(MTF_MIDLINE + MTF_FRACTION * 4, color=color08, linewidth=1)
plot(MTF_MIDLINE - MTF_FRACTION * 1 , color=color58)
plot(MTF_MIDLINE - MTF_FRACTION * 2, color=color68)
p02 = plot(MTF_MIDLINE - MTF_FRACTION * 3, color=color78, linewidth=1)
p03 = plot(MTF_MIDLINE - MTF_FRACTION * 4, color=color88, linewidth=1)
fill(p00, p01, color=lime, transp=85)
fill(p02, p03, color=orange, transp=85)
FYI change the line 4 to string instead of resolution, then any user will be able to input any logical time frame. all numbers work as is and all larger periods are abbreviated (ie, 60, 240, D, W, 3M, etc)
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pipCharlie ShirokiHeishi
10 months ago
Thanks for the input ShirokiHeishi
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