Passavanto studies  [SOLVED]

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Benedict

Passavanto studies

Postby Benedict » 05 May 2006

:roll: Hi I am presently a registered user and looking at the studies presently offered. There seems to be one which I use before. That is Passavanto studies.

Is it possible to offer this in your present list of studies offered.I used Ensign software before.
Thanks

my e-mail is : benny775@singnet.com.sg

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Postby Stanley Miller » 05 May 2006

Dear Benedict,

Are these open source or commercial studies? You can find that studies in EasyLanguage and simply import into the MultiCharts or post the Ensign code here and may be somebody will be able to convert it to into EasyLanguage.

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Postby Chris » 11 May 2006

Stanley,

in my opinion he is referring to this stuy:

http://www.ensignsoftware.com/help/pesavento.htm

It looks like the basic Zig-Zag with additional Fibonacci levels.

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Postby Alex Kramer » 12 May 2006

Chris, thank you very much for the input to the forums, you're doing lots to help the visitors!

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Postby Chris » 12 May 2006

Alex,

you are welcome.



Benedict,

all the parts you need are already available in EasyLanguage. It's just a matter of how to combine the pieces of the puzzle correctly.


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Postby SP » 12 May 2006

@Alex

A free tool by Jan Arps could do this for TS.

http://www.janarps.com/main/index.php?m ... tion=78:78

Because protected formulas don't compile yet , maybe TSSupport could ask Jan if if he is willing to make this compatible for Multicharts.

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Postby Stanley Miller » 04 Jun 2006

Dear SP,

We have already integrated Jan Arps' studies directly into the MultiCharts as an addon and you'll be able to use it in the nearest future when update your current version.


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