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    #16
    Nkhoi
    Thank you once again. One more thing, would it be to hard to color code the line on the price chart MACDEMA;
    Red when EMA3919 is below zero
    Green when EMA3919 is above zero

    Regards
    Hector

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      #17
      Originally posted by hhphoto2006 View Post
      Nkhoi
      Thank you once again. One more thing, would it be to hard to color code the line on the price chart MACDEMA;
      Red when EMA3919 is below zero
      Green when EMA3919 is above zero

      Regards
      Hector
      1) copy this cs to folder \Documents\NinjaTrader 7\bin\Custom\Indicator
      2) re-import any file you imported ok before
      then you have the new ema3919
      Attached Files

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        #18
        Nkhoi,
        Thank you again for doing this I know your time is valuable. I actually meant the EMA that is on the actual price chart you called it MACDEMA.
        This is why; the only reason I have the EMA3919 on the chart is to see when it is above zero or below zero. Therefore if there was a way to color MACDEMA (on the chart near price),
        green when EMA3919 is above zero
        Red when EMA3919 is below zero
        Then I would not have to plot EMA3919 on the chart at all. See screenshot

        Thanks again.
        Attached Files

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          #19
          Originally posted by hhphoto2006 View Post
          Nkhoi,
          Thank you again for doing this I know your time is valuable. I actually meant the EMA that is on the actual price chart you called it MACDEMA.
          This is why; the only reason I have the EMA3919 on the chart is to see when it is above zero or below zero. Therefore if there was a way to color MACDEMA (on the chart near price),
          green when EMA3919 is above zero
          Red when EMA3919 is below zero
          Then I would not have to plot EMA3919 on the chart at all. See screenshot

          Thanks again.
          yes, see prior post #15

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            #20
            Nkhoi
            Thanks for the quick response. I did looked at that version a couple of days ago. It is the right idea just the two lines are a bit distracting since I only pay attention to the one line as it is in your first version (MACDEMA). I just though that one oscillator line could have 2 colors when the move above/below zero happens.
            Thanks again

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              #21
              Nkhoi
              Just wanted to drop you a few lines to thank you again for your help with the indicator. Disregard previews post, I was able to work with your latest version of the indicator coloring the lines.
              Thank you.

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