Okay, now you just have to drag and drop the indicator onto an appropriate chart. How this thing works is that it takes a multiple of the root chart and creates an 'offline' chart of the new time period. For instance. if you applied the period converter to a 5 min chart and you set the multiplier variable for "4" then it would automatically make a 20 min offline chart.
you could load the period converter onto a 1 min chart with the multiplier set at '20', then a different one set at '40', '180', and '360'. You will create a 20 min, a 40 min, a 3hr, and a 6 hr - if you were so inclined. Keep the original 1 min open and the others will be fine. If you switch the 1 min to a 5 min the others will stop updating until you bring the original back to 1 min.
One last thing (hopefully), this indicator needs you to have .dll imports enabled - so you'll have to do that. Go to "Tools" -> "Options" -> "Expert Advisors" -> and check the 'allow dll import' box
Your new file will be in the offline charts section. Go to "File" -> Open offline.
Your new chart is in this section but you have to look for it and select it. It is all alphabetically listed.
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