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II_SupDem

PostAuthor: bredin » Thu Aug 05, 2010 1:59 pm

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Displays Supply and Demand zones more-or-less in accordance with Sam Seidens teachings.
You should only use the visibility inputs if you have II_SupDem loaded multiple times on a single chart and one of them has forced.tf set to 0
A weak zone "should" represent a rally-base-rally or drop-base-drop S/D zone
There are some styling issues with the HUD

inputs:
forced.tf : 0 for current timeframe, otherwise use a valid number to show other tf zones.
draw.zones : toggle drawing of the zones themselves
solid.zones : boxes or blocks
solid.retouch : make a retouched zone solid rather than a block
recolor.retouch : change color of a retouched zone
recolor.weak.retouch : change color of a retouched 'weak' zone
zone.strength : change color of 'weak' zones
no.weak.zones : do not draw 'weak' zones at all
draw.edge.price : shows the price of the 'leading edge' of a zone
zone.width : line width if zones are not solid
zone.fibs : fib levels between closest Supply/Demand zones
fib.style
HUD.on : show the HUD
timer.on : put a bartimer next to the HUD, HUD.on must be true for this to show
layer.zone : The higher the number the closer to the 'front' the indicator objects will be, lower numbers will be more 'background' effects zones
layer.HUD : The higher the number the closer to the 'front' the indicator objects will be, lower numbers will be more 'background' effects HUD
corner.HUD, pos.x, pos.y : where to put the HUD
alert.on : make a noise if price enters (or starts a new bar in) a zone
alert.popup : popup an alert box
alert.sound : the noise the alert makes
13 color inputs

<<< visibility >>>
limit.zone.vis : leave false unless you have multiple II_SupDems on a chart and one of them is set to 0
same.tf.vis : make the forced.tf = 0 II_SupDem visible
set the forced.tf = XX to be not visible on chart tf XX, and turn the rest on.
I probably could have made that nicer, but it fell into the same cbf category as the HUD prettiness :)
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Re: II_SupDem

PostAuthor: noushina » Wed Sep 01, 2010 5:27 pm

You know what annoys me (about me)?

When I look at a really useful tool that I have had for months and wonder why I haven't been using it.

[img]http://i53.tinypic.com/2m47vpf.jpg[/img]
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Re: II_SupDem

PostAuthor: noushina » Wed Sep 01, 2010 5:32 pm

about my prev post.
1) I can't edit some of these subforums including this one.
2) Also my tinypic is not showing up, but I know they have in the past.

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Re: II_SupDem

PostAuthor: bredin » Wed Sep 01, 2010 10:11 pm

I have changed the permissions for this forum which were set badly, so you should be able to edit your posts and use bbcodes etc.

the tinypic plugin only appears in the postreply, and is not in the quick reply.

thanks for the report.

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Re: II_SupDem

PostAuthor: noushina » Thu Sep 02, 2010 12:19 pm

oh ok. here it is.

I tried to edit my original post but still could not add the image.

It must be I need to not use quick reply initially or the post is forever flagged as a quick reply and wont allow an image

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anyway, its way cool how it draws those fibs off of the sup dem boxes and they seem to be better on almost all charts than the highs and lows I usually pick when drawing fibs
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Re: II_SupDem

PostAuthor: bredin » Thu Sep 02, 2010 12:37 pm

Ahh, the fibs between the closest levels :)

I was thinking of removing them for the next revision. Better leave them in, i suppose :lol:

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Re: II_SupDem

PostAuthor: noushina » Thu Sep 02, 2010 1:10 pm

bredin wrote:Ahh, the fibs between the closest levels :)

I was thinking of removing them for the next revision. Better leave them in, i suppose :lol:

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I see I need to keep your older versions lest my favorite features get trashed LOL

I think you removed the angled feature of the coolTF and coolPAIR in ii-cc, but I still have the old verson

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Re: II_SupDem

PostAuthor: bredin » Thu Sep 02, 2010 2:25 pm

yeah I removed them because of ShowPairCool. I thought it was "Unnecessarily Wanky" :lol:

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Re: II_SupDem

PostAuthor: fxfib » Wed Sep 29, 2010 12:42 am

I really like your supply and demand indicator and look forward to using it in my trading. Thank you!
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Re: II_SupDem

PostAuthor: bredin » Wed Sep 29, 2010 2:08 am

Thank you, and I hope it does a good job for you.

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