That's very good. Thank you.
I would submit only one request:
You see how we have TickValue? We know that TickValue assumes one lot of contract size (Lot Value).
I request that a new line be added at bottom to give the actual pip value, given the number of lots that are recommended. For instance, when I choose 1000 as the Lot Value (meaning a micro lot), it tells me 10.00 (meaning 10 micro lots). Since we know that 10 micro lots equal $1/pip (the same as 1 mini lot) instead of $0.10/pip (1 micro lot pip value), then the Actual Pip Value would take the number of lots into account, and give the user their actual pip value if they trade the recommended number of lots.
Just a suggestion to improve and put the final touches on the DRAGON money management indicator, which I do now consider to be better than mine since you can choose Lot Value like has been requested by another user (when they asked me how they could change Pip Value, which is directly related to what you call Lot Value, in my indicator, which they can't change, but now can change in yours, and it is correct).
In fact, I see that since you round things off, there is no need for any decimal places next to Lot Size (what I refer to as number of lots in conversation). If Lot Value is 1000, then Lot Size whole number (whatever it is) would be micro lot. If Lot Value is 10000, then Lot Size whole number (whatever it is) would be mini lot. If Lot Value is 100000 or above, then Lot Size whole number (whatever it is) would be standard lot. (It could even be easily programmed to display Micro Lot(s), Mini Lot(s), or Standard Lot(s) to the right of Lot Size result).
I fixed the bug, Don.
No ego involved on my end.
If something is inaccurate, I fix it.