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Thank you for publishing this awesome script !!!
your scripts are amazing and your work on color has changed my hole Chart Layout and left a mark on all of my indicators :)
I think color can help us to simplify the interpretation of an indicator
lets say we add a rising falling condition that changes the indicators color
we pick up much faster and easier when color is a part of the signal
I also use color to differentiate between my ema levels
so now I know o yes thats the ema 30 or 200 just by its color :)
I really want to start applying intensity to the color as well ...
there is some thing about a good color pallet that just jumps out and makes sense
your color indicator hex codes should get built into trading view as that publication is legendary :) !!!
yes black and white is quite two dimensional
while indicators that incorporate color have perhaps a third dimension :)
and the best thing about my view on color is that its not more = better
in this case more color = more simple :)