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Hey hello (formerly BMT) forum

Ive run into a coding issue that i hope you might help me solve.
I am very new to easylanguage and still learning all the bits and bolts of it.

But i have this ShowMe, that marks certain bars.

Now im trying to use these bars in a proper indicator, to do more calculations, is there any way i can access the values that was plotted by the showme?

I found a post here on (formerly BMT) that helps me output it to CSV, which is a possible solution, to have that CSV as input to this new indicator but i would like it to be more automatic than that.

Any tips or hints is appreciated!


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