Talk:GetItemHealthPercent - ObjectReference
Obtaining the tempering level multiplier
These multipliers mainly effect the gold value of the object.
Float Function GetTemperingLevelMultiplier(ObjectReference akRef) ; returns the multiplier associated with the tempering level. Float TemperingLevel = akRef.GetItemHealthPercent() if TemperingLevel <= 1.0 return 1.0 elseif TemperingLevel == 1.1 return 1.166 elseif TemperingLevel == 1.2 return 1.333 elseif TemperingLevel == 1.3 return 1.499 elseif TemperingLevel == 1.4 return 1.666 elseif TemperingLevel == 1.5 return 1.833 elseif TemperingLevel == 1.6 return 1.999 endif EndFunction
I am trying to use the result on armour and weapons but it always returns 0.000000. Anyone know whether this function is working or not? Oss133 —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 14:33, 4 March 2012 (EST) (talk • contribs) Oss113
- This function is never used in any vanilla scripts, so it's possible that it's broken. Just in case, though, could you post the script in which you've called it, in case you've done something wrong?
- When it returns 0, is anything relevant put in the error log?
- -- Cipscis 16:09, 4 March 2012 (EST)
This is the script which I have added to the Iron Dagger
Scriptname aaHCMWARWepScript extends ObjectReference
Event OnEquipped(Actor akActor)
If akActor == Game.GetPlayer()
Debug.Notification("Item has " + GetItemHealthPercent() + " Health")
Where do I find the Error Log?
Fixed the problem. I needed to use Self.GetItemPercent(). Also this only works on References. Not Base Objects.