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Alert condition specifying a range to be evaluated

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[2013-09-20 13:19:58]
TheOddsAreYouDontKnowTheOdds - Posts: 29
Assuming the following IDs and SGs are correct.

I am trying to implement this alert function (but no luck). What am I doing wrong?

=COUNTIF(ID2.SG2[-1]:ID2.SG2[-8],>ID2.SG2[0])>5

I am trying to count the instances of a price/level exceeding the current price/level in a tail n bars long.

ID2.SG2[-1]:ID2.SG2[-8]

Is this the way to specify a range?

[2013-09-20 16:35:39]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 102918
Ranges are not supported with Simple Alert formulas. You need to instead use the Spreadsheet System/Alert study to do this.
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