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Old 04-23-2009, 11:05 AM   #1
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I have declared an input in the Wizard called Bbuff to be used as an offset. The default minimum is -0.0015 (EURUSD). I don't seem to be able to set a negative value for this either in the input declarations section of the Wizard or in the parameters section when setting up a condition.

Example: LinReg crosses under LinReg -Bbuff where Bbuff is currently set as -0.0001.

How do I set a negative offset?
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In the User Defined Inputs page, select type double. Then in the Min. row just type in a negative value. It will allow you to have a minimum of whatever you want.

It may display as 0.00, but if you press the View Code button and expand the Properties region of the code you will find this:
public double MyInput0
    get { return myInput0; }
    set { myInput0 = Math.Max(-0.0001, value); }
confirming that the minimum you have specified does indeed work.
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