Yes, you can increase or decrease that parameter as you like.Hi, First of all, thanks for sharing so many useful EAs and indicators.
Would it be possible to increase the "ATRMaxBars=XXXXXXXXX" parameter?
It is for historical study purposes. I use a copy of MT4 without internet connection, so that MT4 runs smoothly.
There is no hard limit in the code for that parameter. If the indicator doesn't load after you change the input's value to 10000, it is one of the two possibilities:Sorry, it seems that you do not understand me. I would like to be able to add more than 10000. I checked in the code "mq4" but I could not do it.
When I add the indicator in the chart with more than 10000, it does not appear.
That limit is MetaTrader's. What you could do is to set the Shift input parameter so that to move the indicator's plot back in history (to the left) and check older data that way.I got it to read more bars. Sorry, I had missed to edit some fields in the "mq4" source file.
Gracias por compartir la fuente.
I managed to get it to a maximum of 26,000 bars, allowing me to see history from 2019 on M30.
If I want to increase it to more than 26000, I get the error that I show in the attached image.
If you could consider in the next version, to be able to increase this limit, it would be helpful??View attachment 19451. This is a good indicator, especially since it does not repaint.
That limit is MetaTrader's. What you could do is to set the Shift input parameter so that to move the indicator's plot back in history (to the left) and check older data that way.
Yeah, I've just tried and it doesn't work as supposed. I will try to fix it in the next version of the indicator.
The lines are based purely on the current timeframe. Only the table with the arrows depends is MTF.Fantastic!! while I will be able to study from 2019.
And I wanted to ask, if for example I use the indicator on a M30 chart, do the additional MTF (H1,H4,D1) have any repercussion on the green and red lines? Or is it only for reporting in the upper left frame? I ask, because it seems that the green and red lines have no change, if additional MTFs are added, they always remain the same if other MTFs are added.
I hope my question is understood.
The lines are based purely on the current timeframe. Only the table with the arrows depends is MTF.