@Sellitmarin, Although I'm not the creator of the original B3 Consolidation Box Indicator, here are some things that I found while using it. Depending on the type of stocks that are being traded, it might take some fine-tuning in order to determine the actual optimum values for "BarsUsedForRange" and "BarsRequiredToRemainInRange".I did a search, it shows things in consolidation but not the ones that break out into the long or short. Should I add more bars?
Here are some steps that I would recommend:
1. Without (no) Trade_By_ColorTrend_scan filter, first use the ToS scan to pull a list of stocks that are matching the basic type of stocks you would be interested to trade. Price range, volume, financial stuff, etc.
2. Save that scan, give it an easy name such as "Preferred Stocks".
3. In ToS go to Watchlist. Click on the top (right hand side) of the Watchlist gadget. Click on "Detach gadget".
4. Once you have the Watchlist detached, click on it's top bar (where it says "Current". Navigate to the "Personal" folder. Find your (previously) saved scan "Preferred Stocks" from step nr. 2. Shortly, a list of matching stocks should be displayed to you.
5. Click on a couple of the results. The B3 Consolidation Box study, (not the scan filter) will analyze those stocks. Some stocks will have Long or Short signal. Some won't.
6. While you're analyzing the interesting stocks, try to adjust the B3 Consolidation Box Indicator for those 2 values ("BarsUsedForRange" and "BarsRequiredToRemainInRange") until you'll get a Long (or Short) signal for most interesting stocks. My advice is, don't go for extreme values. Yes, on "green days" the scanner will return many long results. And on "red days" it will return many shorts. However, on "sideways days" the scan will return too few results.
Ok, now make sure you'll write down those values - you will need them in the next step.
7. Go back to the ToS scanner, open the Trade_By_ColorTrend_scan filter's editing option ("Custom") and introduce the values that you found on step nr. 6.
Now the scanner should pull the type of stocks that will match your B3 Consolidation Box Indicator.
It is important that your calibration will be applied to both your B3 Consolidation Box Indicator and scan filter. In order to avoid an eventual miss-match, both chart's indicator and scan filter should operate using the same value settings.
I know all this stuff might sounds a bit difficult at first - but in reality it's not. All it takes is to get both tools to match (the B3 Consolidation Box indicator and the scan filter). That way, what the scanner finds will also match what you'll see on your charts.
Hint: at step nr. 6, firstly leave the "BarsUsedForRange" at it's default value of  and only play with the "BarsRequiredToRemainInRange". Lower numbers will pull more results, but higher numbers are stricter. Remember, you'll want some average value settings that will also pull results on average days - not only on perfect days.
Hope this helps.