AmiBroker Feedback Center launched

Today we launched new on-line service called AmiBroker Feedback Center at:

AmiBroker Feedback Center is the area to enter feature requests / suggestions and bug reports, view issues reported by others and track development and resolution/fixes of the bugs submitted.

In not so distant future there will be voting capability added that will allow everyone to show how given suggestion is important for the community.

In order to enter AmiBroker Feedback Center please login with your AmiBroker members’ area username / password that was included in your registration e-mail.

If you forgot or lost your password you can retrieve it automatically using password reminder service at:

Note that this is “external” list (visible to all registered users) but we also manage our “internal” TO-DO list that is not exposed to the public for many reasons (competitive, technical, etc). The “internal” list contains all things submitted in the past so there is no real reason to re-submit old suggestions if they were confirmed already. But it also does not hurt if you do.

We also reserve right to add/edit/remove any entries posted in AmiBroker Feedback Center on our own discretion.

9 Responses to “AmiBroker Feedback Center launched”

  1. Rakesh Sahgal
    April 4th, 2006 | 9:15 am

    Over the past couple of years I have been asking for 3 additions/modifications that are very necessary(in my opinion) for pattern analysis and effective use of the median line drawing tool and trend lines. I will repeat them again:

    1. A function that will enable to locate the highest high and lowest low BETWEEN two significant events and the number of bars between such highs and lows. It is surprsing when all sorts of bells and whistles are being added a function that will ENABLE analysis of patterns/cycles has not even been contemplated by the developers( thats the impression I get because even my direct communications to the vendor have gone unaswered).

    2. The Median Lines are a time tested tool in the area of market geometry analysis. Here again a simple enhancement has not been considered by the developers. Repeated messages have not been responded to even.

    3. Finally mirror lines of trend lines very often provide a VERY RELIABLE way of ascertaining resistance/support. Here again there has been no response from the developers.

    I do hope that the undue focus on bells and whistles will be toned down and some thought given to adding tools that are used in real world trading.

    Rakesh Sahgal

  2. Pierre
    April 4th, 2006 | 9:18 am

    Very good idea, Tomasz
    Best regards,

  3. April 4th, 2006 | 9:29 am


    Thank you for your suggestions BUT … please enter them (one by one) into AmiBroker Feedback center

  4. April 12th, 2006 | 8:42 pm

    Right now (13 April 2006 at 01:41am GMT) the AmiBroker Feedback Center is running very slow – around 10 seconds response time to a click on any link.

  5. Shridhar Patwardhan
    August 6th, 2006 | 11:22 pm


    Please let me know whether AMIBROKER can be used for the India’s NSE’s end of the day’s data?

    Also please communicate an address of your agent, if any, in the city of PUNE ( near BOMBAY )in INDIA who will be able to give me a live demonstretion of AMIBROKER.


    Shridhar Patwardhan.

  6. Dennis Skoblar
    October 3rd, 2006 | 6:28 pm

    Please allow text and number highlighting in next version.

    Thank you,

  7. October 4th, 2006 | 4:25 am

    Dennis, I am not sure what you mean. Highlighting of text where? In AFL formulas ? – It is there already, here is a sample:

    function DailyVolumeIndicator()
    midpoint = ( High Low ) / 2;

    dv Volume * (( Close midpoint ) / midpoint);
    Cumdv );

    PlotDailyVolumeIndicator(), _DEFAULT_NAME(), ParamColor"Color"ColorCycle ) );
  8. Bharathi
    January 2nd, 2007 | 9:45 am

    Dear Sir,
    I wish to know whether Amibroker can be used for Indian stock market-NSE
    Real Time? If so pls provide your Indian Rep’s Tele & Mobile Numbers.

  9. January 29th, 2007 | 6:14 am

    Please use FEEDBACK CENTER for suggestions:

    And please send any questions via e-mail to SUPPORT / at /

    For Indian real-time data – check your local broker. They should have RT data available via DDE