applying the Indicator Threshold to Stochastic

Please provide some guidance on how to use the indicator threshold solver in this scenario: allow long ENTRIES after a double stochastic has made an initial low less than or equal to 25 then is cycling up from this indicator low, but do NOT allow long ENTRIES above the indicator value of 49.9. The short side is the mirror image of this scheme. fwiw-another leg of this plan utilizes the indicator slope solver, but that is very easy to apply.
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    Zac

    Here ya go anna,

    I took screen shots of each step.

    Note: For this Crossover solver Evaluate is set to Long Only.

    Note: For this Crossover solver Evaluate is set to Short Only.

    Notice in the chart, that a signal does not occur.  This is because all four Solvers are required to give a signal, but the Short Crossover can never signal a Long output and the Long Crossover can never signal a Short output.  Therefore a Logic template is needed to separate the Long and Short conditions.

    The Solvers connected to the And Node on the top are unique to the Long conditions, and the Solvers connected to the And Node on the bottom are unique to the Short conditions.

    As you can see, I overlayed the DoubleStochastic on price to help see the indicator better, and labeled the indicator’s levels.

    I simplified the Logic template and posted the new .xml file below. 

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