Shopsterfx_macd_divergence_v1,0

Peterma

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Any of you guys know how to stop the alert box that appears when weekly or monthly chart is chosen, happens even when the indicator is deleted from the indie folder, seems to be residing somewhere in memory.

Is driving me nuts.

Pic of alert:
 

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Computater707

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Peterma said:
Any of you guys know how to stop the alert box that appears when weekly or monthly chart is chosen, happens even when the indicator is deleted from the indie folder, seems to be residing somewhere in memory.

Is driving me nuts.

Pic of alert:
Try this type Ctrl + I > This opens the Indicators list window > Select the offending Indicator > hit the edit button > Select the_ Visualzation TAB > Uncheck _ All timeframes > Check _ Daily and lower time frames > Click _ OK to Close the Custom indicator Window > Click _ Close to Close the Indicators list Window > Left click anywhere on the chart to open the option list > Highlight _ Template > Highlight _ Save template. THEN either save your current template as your current template name or Use a new template name > Click Save.

Turn your volume back up and enjoy some Simon and Garfunkel

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fWyzwo1xg0
 

Peterma

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Many thanks Comp, I had deleted the indicator from the template and the folder but for some reason the alert remained even though the indicator was long gone.

Your answer put me onto the right track, the alert remained inside the template, so by using that template and changing it's name was no good, so I re-built with a new template and all is well.

Also thks for the music - I have watched the Central Park video countless times - brilliant stuff :)
 

Computater707

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sqa said:
Got beaten to it. The Timeframes settings are very useful.
Yes I use them to customize templates for different time frames- I don't switch templates for H4 D1 W1 MN MTF Analysis and Lower time frames for trade entry and exit I just customize 1 template with timeframes. Also for instance I have observed that price action can be sensitive near the 20 and 50 ma on the H4; particularly when it intersects pivots or an institutional level during kill zones. So on the M5 I use a 960 and 2400, on M15 320 and 800. Thus I can just switch time frame to see "the same MAs" on different time frames.
 

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