Took the code from LazyBears rsi-fib and made it so you could apply it to a chart. It plots fib levels between the high and low of a timeframe of your choosing. Seems to line up well with custom drawn fib levels.
Not sure if it's any better than just drawing the lines yourself, but whatever.
For the fibonacci traders.
The Auto Fib Retracement Is a good indicator for tradingview to show you the current alerts and points to watch in the market
IMPORTANT SETTING => Retracement
This controls your alert levels
I have modified it to deliver the following
+Custom Fib retracement level alerts
+Drawing of old levels and retracement levels
This indicator uses the concept of the "Opening Range" to create a Fibonacci zone from the high and low set during a specific time period after open (Defaults to 9:30 - 10:05 AM, EST)
The Opening Range is a popular tool for intraday technical analysis. Price frequently uses these levels as support/resistance, and a breakout from within the range can be a sign of...
This model give us the following
1 .linear regression channel
2.dynamic upper and lower fibs
3. upper and lower bollinger bands
each specific to the time frame that you use
So by using all 3 in one indicator it easy to see ressistance and support level
™TradeChartist Fib Extensions is a free to use script that helps traders plot Fibonacci Extensions on chart. Even though Trading View has a Fib extensions tool, some traders may prefer a plotting script like this with Fib plot lines extending across the whole of the chart to track historic prices in relation to Fib extensions drawn.
----To draw Fib extensions...
This was supposed to be an automatic ICT OTE (Optimal Trade Entry) Fib level placement on a 3-day scale, but this did not turn out anywhere near close to how I envisioned it working.
Probably with some more development and applied math for the fib levels, I can get this to work even with breached 3D levels, but currently it's an exercise in frustration.