Simplicity 1 anyone?
Author: TheInvis
Creation Date: 8/6/2008 8:35 AM
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TheInvis

#1
I had a good trading experience with the Simplicity 1 script on WLP. The old site however doesn't seem to have any search functionality. Do you guys have a link to it?
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Eugene

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Please target your posting accordingly. This is a WL .NET forum.

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The old site however doesn't seem to have any search functionality.


The old site has excellent, state of the art search functionality: search chartscript by family, by title, by code parts, by author, search by performance or order type, community ranking search, search by popularity (no. of runs), by time published: enter ChartScript Center.

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Do you guys have a link to it?


Which one? This or that?
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TheInvis

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Sorry, Eugene: I didn't make myself clear.

My point was to bring an old script into WL 5. I no longer have WL4 or 4.5 on my machine(s).

And you're right -- there IS great search functionality on the old site. Somehow I got to the Public ChartScripts page, where the Search function is not readily apparent. (It's a small entry in the navbar, rather than prominent as I expected.) ("old dog/new tricks")

THANK YOU for finding the link and getting my head straight about WLP.

NOW: How do I translate legacy ChartScripts to .NET?

Once again, "I can't seem to find it on (Fidelity) WL5.0"
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Eugene

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NOW: How do I translate legacy ChartScripts to .NET?


This is a question from our FAQ:
How can I convert Version 4 ChartScripts to Version 5?

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Once again, "I can't seem to find it on (Fidelity) WL5.0"


Yes, that's right. Until someone interested converts public scripts to C#, they can't appear anywhere. Currently we just have a handful of scripts in WL5 Wiki categorized as Community.Strategies.

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My point was to bring an old script into WL 5. I no longer have WL4 or 4.5 on my machine(s).


If you were asking to convert this one, then here it goes (with the obvious exception of the WinLossBackground study which is not yet converted.)

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