ICT Killzone Boxes

Plots London Open Killzone and New York Open Killzone as overlay boxes using current daily high / lows. Boxes verticle location will move as days range / high and low widens.

Middle fills can be turned on and off. Created this indicator because i didnt like highlighting the whole chart background as seen in other ICT Killzone indicators on tradingview and wanted something visually clearer.

If you want additional killzones such as london close / new york close, add the indicator to the chart twice.

Boxes height can be changed. Positive number puts the box outside current days high and low, negative number puts box inside current days high and low.

Adapted from Chris Moody's original indicator HLOC

Sorry for my ugly code. Presented as is - feel free to tweak / modify and change.
Open-source script

In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.

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I actually modified your script and added
1.The Asia session and the London close.
2.Modified the time to match that in the mentorship.
3.Modified the Settings instead of just "Box 1" it now has names for every box zones to make it easy to know
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lalithB12 leonsholo
Can you please share it
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leonsholo lalithB12
@lalithB12, Ive published it under my name
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OzzyJase74 leonsholo
@leonsholo, I'd be keen to have a look if you could share....PLEASE
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leonsholo OzzyJase74
@OzzyJase74, @lalithB12, I've tried multiple times to post it here but nothing shows, so i uploaded the script to my MEGA, you'll have to download the text file from there and paste the script to the pine editor window in your Tradingview chart screen
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