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  • #61
    Hello Scott,

    You have the correct understanding of the $TICK. At any rate, even if we had a solution to the zero volume bars, there still isn't any after market data for the $TICK. A comparison of ES to $TICK in the after market hours would be comparing a flat line of $TICK to the ES.

    Matt,

    A request has already been submitted to the development team to give an option to turn the display of the parameters off. I'll send them a reminder.
    Jason K.
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    • #62
      Hi Jason,

      let me hijack this thread real quick and ask you an off topic question.
      Could you come up with a new day marker for tick charts, that puts a shape on the chart at 9:30 ?
      Matt Gundersen's new day marker works great on minute charts, but using tick charts it puts the marker at 6.30 .

      thanks

      Matt

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      • #63
        How can I obtain the tickitick.efs file as I have tried to click the link but get a connection refused.

        Robert

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        • #64
          Robert
          You can find a copy attached to this message
          Alex
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          • #65
            Thanks for that, a very nice study. However I still need some feedback on why this indicator as well as the others I have show $ticki/$tick data on intraday charts when the cash market is not yet open and when looking at the $tick/$ticki symbols directly in a chart no updates are taking place which is correct.

            Anyway I will soon know what will happen as the cash market will open in 10 minutes.

            Robert

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            • #66
              RobMc
              I am not running these studies so I am not sure about this but I believe they require that the Time Template be set to the trading hours of the cash market.
              Alex

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              • #67
                The indicator is updating real time now. however because I run continuous futures I do not want to change the time template. It would be nice if there was a capability to flat line all data outside the trading hours.

                Robert

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