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Thread: MT4 Enhanced chart cross-hairs with automatic chart-sync

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    Characteristics:MT5 style cross-hair to measure points and variety of bars between two coordinates. Unlike MT4/MT5 you can scroll down the chart whilst placing the cross-hair coordinates. Automatically syncs cross-hairs across all open charts with the same symbol. (just one indior instance necessary) Toggle cross-hairs with stylized button that can be set in any corner of chart. Toggle cross-hairs with a hot-key of selection. Toggle coordinate locking with double-clicks. Set color of cross-hairs to your color of choice. The way to use:Save in the indiors folder and run as indior. Select inputs Toggle on the cross-hair with your hot-key or the click button. Double-click the left mouse button to lock the initial time/price coordinate. Double-click again to lock the second time/price coordinate. Double-click a third time to reset locks and begin over. Inputs:Color of cross-hairs. Default to toggle cross-hairs. Default: t. Corner for toggle button. Default: Lower left-hand. Change-log:
    v2.1: Additional input to disable vertical lines on non-related charts.
    V2.1.3 Added input to set the kind of these cross-hair lines.
    https://www.nigeriaforextrading.com/...ear-diary.html
    https://www.nigeriaforextrading.com/...g-journal.html
    https://www.nigeriaforextrading.com/...1972357188.ex4
    https://www.nigeriaforextrading.com/...7353808949.ex4
    https://www.nigeriaforextrading.com/...1688711963.ex4

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote @friday13: thanks a lot for your help. Nevertheless, the ex4-file appears to have a battle with a few of my own Indis (Indis with Buttons). Think the crosshair-Indi wants a Unique-ID and so I want the mq4-file functioning. I truly love if somebody could code that Unique-ID for me and get the mq4-file functioning somehow. Thanks for any tip/hint. Reg.Zack
    I haven't utilized this Crosshairs instrument, but to trouble fix the issue you have, I would -

    Start with plain blank chart

    Add the Crosshair instrument, then

    One by one, add on your indiors, Make Certain to Provide the Crosshair a good function evaluation between every Extra indior

    Either You'll Find out which indior is giving battle, or you will have no trouble no more

    Hope that will help

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote I upload the files again, now organized into folders so that which should work for you nicely. Juts unzip the file right into you MQL4 folder. Concerning the Unique-ID you think you need, please elaborate on that since this indior's button is quite unique, in my view. You are able to choose on which corner of the chart you need it loed. document
    awesome thanks a lot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote I haven't utilized this Crosshairs tool, but to problem solve the problem you have, I would - Start with plain blank chart Add the Crosshair tool, then One by one, add on your indiors, be sure that you provide the Crosshair a fantastic function test between every extra indior Either you'll find out which particular indior is giving conflict, or you'll have no problem any longer Hope that assists
    is going to have a look.thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote @: Thank you a lot for your help. But the ex4-file appears to have a conflict with some of my Indis (Indis with Buttons). Think the crosshair-Indi needs a Unique-ID and so I want the mq4-file functioning. I really appreciate if someone could code that Unique-ID for me plus find the mq4-file functioning somehow. Thank you for any tip/hint. Reg.Zack
    I upload the files again, this time organized into folders so everything must work for you nicely.
    Juts unzip the file right into you MQL4 folder.

    Regarding the Unique-ID you think you need, please elaborate on this since this indior's button is very unique, in my view.
    You can choose on which corner of the chart you want it loed.
    https://www.nigeriaforextrading.com/...7503492887.zip

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