Stochastic with Alert

Jajaofopobo

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I don't think, I will get to this in the next few years, but if you have some specific questions on coding that change yourself, I can try helping you out.



Thank you so much; I roughed my way round it.

Another question: Is it possible for notifications, particularly phone alerts, to have an up or down indication in the terminal messages.
It will now be "The stochastic indicator trigged a buy signal" instead of "The stochastic indicator trigged a signal."
 

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Thank you so much; I roughed my way round it.

Another question: Is it possible for notifications, particularly phone alerts, to have an up or down indication in the terminal messages.
It will now be "The stochastic indicator trigged a buy signal" instead of "The stochastic indicator trigged a signal."
You can work with this part of the code:
MQL4:
   if(Signal!=SIGNAL_NEUTRAL){     
      Text+="The Stochastic indicator triggered a signal";
   }
Signal variable can take also SIGNAL_BUY and SIGNAL_SELL values, and you can change the text depending on them.
 

Jajaofopobo

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You can work with this part of the code:
MQL4:
   if(Signal!=SIGNAL_NEUTRAL){    
      Text+="The Stochastic indicator triggered a signal";
   }
Signal variable can take also SIGNAL_BUY and SIGNAL_SELL values, and you can change the text depending on them.
Thanks so much, Enivid. I have done it
 
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dmo03

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Excellent indicator.
Suggestion:
alert signal when => returns in the limits AND breaks out of the limits.
 

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Excellent indicator.
Suggestion:
alert signal when => returns in the limits AND breaks out of the limits.
Not sure that I understand you correctly. You want an alert when the stochastic returns to inside the limits and then breaks out on the next bar? If so, it will be quite a rare signal. If you mean "breaks out on any further bar" then it's just how it works now. Please explain more.
 

dmo03

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Yes, issue an alert when stochastic returns within limits and issue another alert when it breaks the next bar, as in the example in the attached image.
Just one more observation: I couldn't quite understand how to configure a maximum number of alerts for the same event.

MQLTA-STOCHWA_1.jpg
 
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Yes, issue an alert when stochastic returns within limits and issue another alert when it breaks the next bar, as in the example in the attached image.
Just one more observation: I couldn't quite understand how to configure a maximum number of alerts for the same event.

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It's not the next bar that it breaks out in the attached example.
 

dmo03

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Forgive me, it would issue an alert when the stochastic returns within the limits and issue another alert when it breaks the limit again, as in the example in the image.
I'm currently able to do this, but I need to add the indicator twice with the two settings separately.
I apologize for the English, I'm using Google Translate :)
 
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dmo03

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Basically, it would be unifying the two options already available in the indicator.
 

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Jaynaire

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Thanks for creating this helpful indicator. Please how do I specify the currency pairs or instruments I want mobile alerts for?
 

Enivid

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Thanks for creating this helpful indicator. Please how do I specify the currency pairs or instruments I want mobile alerts for?
The indicator will only issue alerts about the instrument it's attached to. So, all you have to do is to attach one instance to each of the currency pair you want to be alerted on. Make sure you configure the input parameters for the alerts on each instance too.