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    3 State BackColor

    I'm using the following statement that I lifted from your example. It modifies the backcolor based on the slope of the linear regression channel.

    BackColorAll = Slope(RegressionChannel(period,width).Middle, lookback, 0) > 0 ? Color.PaleGreen : Color.Pink;

    Is it possible to construct this statement in such a way as to have three states as outlined below?

    State1: Slope >= 0.1
    State2: Slope <= -0.1
    State3: -0.1< Slope <= 0.1

    I would like to be able to represent a different color for the transition state of slope moving negative to positive or vice versa.

    Thanks
    Daven

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    Sure. Use if-else statements that covers your 3 states.

    Code:
    if (condition1)
        BackColorAll = Color.Green;
    else if (condition2)
        BackColorAll = Color.Blue;
    else if (condition3)
        BackColorAll = Color.Red;
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