Percent Effect Layer
Last updated 10.01.2024
The percent effect layer allows you to have the color of some set keys dependent on a numeric variable that can be provided by the computer (such as how much RAM or CPU is in use) or by the game if it is supported (e.g. health in CS:GO or speed in Euro Truck Sim).
|The path of a State Variable or a number. This value represents the current value of whichever variable you are watching, e.g. health, ammo, etc.
|The path of a State Variable or a number. This value represents the value that is the maximum value of the percent layer. This will be your max health, or max ammo etc.
|In the case of progressive effect types: the color that the active keys will take. For example, if current was 50 and max was 100, then the first half of the keys will be lit this color. For "all at once": the color that will be mixed with the background color depending on the current/max ratio.
|For progressive effect types: the color that will appear if the key is not being shown in progress color. For "all at once": the color that will be mixed with the progress color depending on the current/max ratio.
|If the current/max percentage is less than this value, the "active" keys will fade in and out.
|Reverse Blink Threshold
|If this is true, the current/max percentage must be greater than the threshold for the active keys to flash.
|If this is selected, the background will fade in and out instead of the active keys.
|A collection of keys that will display the progress bar or color. Note that for progressive effect types, the order of the keys in the list matters.