Mine has a different Color for every possible structure. As long as you can read with the larger text that I added, then you can create your own boxes positive for break of structure, rejection block, order blocks and fair value gaps for any time frame. The reason I did that is because There's only certain things I believe I will need to mark for myself in each time frame, and then from there You can stretch iyour own box out further in time because if price touches a fair value gap for example, the fair value gap should conyinue in time until at least 2 candles have filed the Fair valu gap going both directions. That's truly when the fair value gap should is mitigated and will from off the chart. However, If I knew How to add the code for that, I would.
Additionally, I have the Max Boxes per chart, so you should have the ability to see every OB, FVG,RJB, & BoS on the chart
I tried my hardest to create a colored border that was different from the box. But the way the original was coded was almost impossible to do. Because they defined each of the structures (FVG, OB, BoS, RJB) outer levels, when the outer levels connect via math in the code, then it joins all the outside lines for a rectangle. When creating a box, the coloe will always be the same as the border unfortunately. (Unless I replan this from the beginning)
I also Changed the default labels for reach structure from a hard to read gray to a white that pops out.
Also, chart indicators are a little large as well. Such as the cross, sideways cross, The green Triangle, and the white Diamond. You'll get used to it or you can change it as well.
Creating videos for students, you need something they can see.
So, I just wanted to ensure everything was a little more unique and easily usable when showing this to my students when I send them private videos for our weekly lessons. I'm trying to learn how to use the IPFS for THAT, (which i see has invaded PineScript) Hope this indicator helps.
If you're to borrow this, Just make sure you keep the authors in the name makuchaku & efe
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.