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                                                   change color of Ichimoku Cloud and plot the cloud in future 26 bars


2015-08-18 22:30:35

I'd like to plot Ichikmoku Cloud in different color based on the the sign of difference of SpanA and SpanB. Is there any workaround method to PLOT1 to achieve it.
Also, is ther any way to plot the cloud in 26 bars ahead.

2015-08-19 03:48:12


You can use "UpdateColor" function just after the plot.
UpdateColor(close > open, colorGreen);

Regarding the cloud 26 bars ahead, you can use the "UpdateSettings" function just after the plot
UpdateSettings("MoveToFuture", 26);

Make sure you do not use ref(xxx, -26) at the same time.

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