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I wonder if anyone can help with the code for a simple Showme for Tradestation as I have searched everywhere and can not find an answer. A simple Showme to put a dot on a bar number or an arrow above/below the bar, for example on the 5th bar of the day.

Any assistance would be much appreciated.


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you will have to count the bars in the code and reset the counter each day. For intraday charts something like this should work for the counter (barCounter would be a variable). Then when your counter reaches the desired number plot your dot.

if Date <> Date[1] then 
   barCounter = 0 ;

barCounter += 1 ;
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