Thanks, but I think words are getting minced here ??
Read my post back to Limitup and see if you don't agree with it.
"Limit up" is a "formal state of affairs" in which the exchange has set a Price "ABOVE which" a contract cannot trade.....Until the Next Trading session when a new limit goes into effect.
"Locked Limit" is a "State of affairs, possibly temporary" where there are "no offers to sell below the limit price". Therefore, no one can "buy" or "open a long position". This is not a formal "exchange imposed" situation. It simply means that no one is willing to sell below the "limit price".
As soon as "sellers come along" as is happening NOW, there is "No Lock Limit situation", but the current "DAILY LIMIT" is still in force, and may be hit again yet today.