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Advanced Ichimoku Indicator and Signal
The indicator is modification of the standard Ichimoku which is included into the Marketscope installation.
In addition to the standard indicator's features, this version allows to:
1) Hide or show Tenkan, Kijun and Chinkou lines
2) Specify Span and Chinkou lines shift (expressed in bars) against the default values against the default displacement of these lines (+/-Kijun)
3) Show the labels when the close price crosses the span lines and/or when the span lines crosses.
4) Uses different colors to fill the area between spans depending on which span line is currently on top.
The signal lets you show alert or play sound when close price crosses the span lines and/or when the span lines crosses.
Note: If you want to use the signal only, the indicator must be installed anyway. The signal will not work without the indicator.
Is there a way that this can be set up for an audible alert in real time when the Tenkan Sen and Kijun Sen cross or touch. Also an audible alarm in real time when price touches or crosses the Kumo. Been trying to have this developed for me but no one ever responds. Thanks!
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