import protected ELDs - How is this Done

Questions about MultiCharts and user contributed studies.
Simon
Posts: 6
Joined: 24 Sep 2006

import protected ELDs - How is this Done

Postby Simon » 25 Sep 2006

How is this Done through PLEditor - Power Language Editor ?

:?: can someone discribe this please

Chris
Posts: 150
Joined: 17 Nov 2005

Re: import protected ELDs - How is this Done

Postby Chris » 25 Sep 2006

import protected ELDs - How is this Done through PLEditor - Power Language Editor ?

:?: can someone discribe this please


At the moment it's impossible to import source protected ELDs into PL Editor.

mm
Posts: 9
Joined: 23 Apr 2006
Location: Texas

import protected eld's

Postby mm » 11 Oct 2006

i had the same question. I have some indicators in TS that I'd like to import to MC. is this a feature that can be added later to MC. or are there plans to implement this? thanks.

User avatar
Alex Kramer
Posts: 834
Joined: 23 Feb 2006

Postby Alex Kramer » 12 Oct 2006

Source protected ELDs are protected for a reason - because they are the intellectual property of their creators. Opening their code for import into MultiCharts or anywhere else is technically possible but consitutes infringement - we're not the kind of company that releases such tools to the public.

It may be possible to unlock ELDs on a case-by-case basis if using the code is not hurting the author's interests, i.e. if the person in question gave up trading and released the studies into public domain etc. Please contact us if you have a protected study that you'd like to use.


Return to “MultiCharts”