The candles are displayed in a box and you can select Open-Close, High-Low or both.
You can show all of the past, or just "today only" or "previous day only".
You can also shift one previous candle to the current one.
The pivot point is the normal one.
There is an option to display CPR (Central pivot range).
Example: Shift previous to current
Click on the clock icon to set it.
Example: alert setting
Example: (History: "Shift previous to current")
Added an option "Bar colors"
- Added a label on Forecast
This is the average price range added to the latest close price.
- Adjusted the "Expected price range".
- Changed the "Expected price range" colors.
- Added averages to the candle's labels.
- Added options in Pivots label "Levels and Price" and "Price" to the Pivots labels.
- Added an option "Time divisions".
- Added an option that day of the week to labels.
- Added some color sets.
- Removed an option "Filled area".
- Added an option "Transition" of the Expected price range.
- Changed the default settings.
- Added a color theme "Guardians"
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- Added an option "Volume Profile"
- Removed an option "barcolor"
For the source code of the Volume Profile, I refer to "Volume Profile, Pivot Anchored by DGT".
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- Added a history mode for volume profiles.
- Added the TD sequential numbers to labels.
- Added extension and thickness options for vertical dividing lines.
- Adjusted the days of the week in labels.
- Changed label separator to selective. (dots, line breaks)
- (Experimental feature) Added Kanji notation options for days of the week.
- Added an option "Memory cleaning". (Limit the number of drawings.)
- Added choice for pivot type "Floor".
Moved the date to the bottom of the message.
- Fixed the pivot point's position.
- Program improvement.
- Removed "Volume profile"
- Added "Right bar"
- Added double zero lines to the right bar
- Added the right bar color settings
- Code refactoring.
- added options 'HL2' 'OC2' on pivots.
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