"Max Stop Loss - Risk Management Visualizer" is able to show all the way down to a 0.01% price variation with no upper limit.
I have added additional fields in the Format box. You can now enter your total funds, how large your lot size will be, your maximum acceptable loss, as well as if you're using any leverage. The indicator will then do the math to calculate everything out for you.
Note, the Max Loss % is based on your TOTAL ACCOUNT. So, if you had a $1,000 account and set the indicator to 1%, "Max Stop Loss - Risk Management Visualizer" will display crosses that would put you at losing no more than $10/trade, regardless of your Lot Size and Leverage. How far the price could move before hitting that 1% will be affected by your Lot Size and Leverage, though.
So, let's assume that you're using the $1,000 account size with a 1% risk parameters. If you are buying a $100 lot with no leverage, the price would have to go against you by 10% in order for you to lose 1% of your account ($10). If you were trading with 10x leverage, though, the price would only have to go against you by 1%. That's why those parameters are now included in the indicator's Format box.