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then we can use the wiki markup
 
then we can use the wiki markup
  
<pre>{{CTS|4|15||raw}}</pre>
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<pre>{{CTS|4|15|raw}}</pre>
  
where parameter 3 is left bank since ''power'' defaults to 0.5 anyway, and the ''raw'' text has moved up to slot 4 since that is the first free open parameter. This will produce
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Simply leave the unused parameters blank. This will produce
  
  {{CTS|4|15||raw}}
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  {{CTS|4|15|raw}}
  
 
Many chronomancer talents also apply a Paradox modifier, which you can indicate with ''PM'' in any of the free parameters.
 
Many chronomancer talents also apply a Paradox modifier, which you can indicate with ''PM'' in any of the free parameters.

Latest revision as of 13:41, 29 February 2016


Introduction

This template is used to denote talent parameters that scale by the combatTalentScale function.

The template accepts up to six parameters, corresponding to those in the LUA code: low, high, power, add, shift, raw. It is assumed that the first three parameters will be fed to the template in the order specified above.

The first two parameters are required, and the rest are optional.

Basic Example

If the LUA code calls for

self:combatTalentScale(t, 4, 15)

then one should invoke the template in wiki markup with

{{CTS|4|15}}

which will produce the following text

4–15cTS

Note that any percentage signs must be inserted manually with the parameters.

Adjusting the Scaling Power

If the LUA code calls for a different scaling power as follows

combatTalentScale(t, 4, 15, 0.75)

then enter the wiki markup

{{CTS|4|15|0.75}}

which will turn into

4–15cTS:0.75P

If logarithmic scaling is to be used instead, then simply enter

{{CTS|4|15|log}}

to obtain

4–15cTS:log

The letter P will be appended to parameter 3 to mark it as a power only if it is a number.

Additional Parameters

Since add, shift and raw are not frequently used, the parameters 4, 5 and 6 are left open so you can enter whatever is necessary. Here is an example where all parameters have some value

combatTalentScale(t, 4, 15, 0.75, 1, 2, true)

so we can use the wiki markup

{{CTS|4|15|0.75|1A|2S|raw}}

to produce

4–15cTS:0.75P,1A,2S,raw

If we only have some of the optional parameters such as

combatTalentScale(t, 4, 15, 0.5, 0, 0, true)

then we can use the wiki markup

{{CTS|4|15|raw}}

Simply leave the unused parameters blank. This will produce

4–15cTS:raw

Many chronomancer talents also apply a Paradox modifier, which you can indicate with PM in any of the free parameters.