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Diablo Ii Script - Mf Calulator

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#include <GuiConstants.au3>
;d2dropcalu by jaenster , formule found on the internet.
$Rmf = _D2MFCalu(200)
; Return mf
;msgbox(0,"mf","Your unqine mf :"&$Rmf[0]&@lf&"Your Sets mf :"&$Rmf[1]&@lf&"Your Rare mf :"&$Rmf[2])
GUICreate("Diablo II dropcalu",220,100)
$CaluB = GUICtrlCreateButton("-- Calulate --",10,30,200,20)
$CaluI = GUICtrlCreateInput("200",10,10,200,20)
$CaluL = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Unqine"&@lf&"Sets"&@lf&"Rare",10,50,200,60)
guisetstate()
while 1
    $msg = GUIGetMsg()
    if $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Then
        Exit
    endif
    if $msg = $CaluB Then
        $mf = guictrlread($CaluI)
        $return = _D2MFCalu($mf)
        GUICtrlSetData($CaluL,"Unqine: "&$return[0]&@lf&"Sets: "&$return[1]&@lf&"Rare: "&$return[1])
    endif
wend

;===============================================================================
;
; Function Name:    _D2MFCalu()
; Description:    This funcion calulate's your real mf for diablo II
; Parameter(s):  $Mf                        all mf what you have
; Requirement(s):   AutoIT 3.11
; Return Value(s):  On Success: [0] = unqine mf
;                               [1] = Sets mf
;                               [2] = Rare mf
;                  On Failure: returns -1 and @error set to 1
; Author(s):        jaenster
;
;===============================================================================
func _D2MFCalu($mf)
    If $mf < 0 Then
        SetError(1)
        Return -1
    endif
    dim $Uniqe[2] ,$Sets[2], $Rare[2] , $rtmf[3]; make arrays
    $Sets[0] = 500; Set val in arry
    $Sets[1] = 400; Set val in arry
;500 400
    $Rare[0] = 600; Set val in arry
    $Rare[1] = 500; Set val in arry
;600 500 
    $Uniqe[0] = 250; Set val in arry
    $Uniqe[1] = 150; Set val in arry
;250 150 
    
    $Rtmf[0] = 110 + $Uniqe[0]*($MF-110)/($MF+$Uniqe[1]); Calu Unqine mf
    $Rtmf[1] =110 + $Sets[0]*($MF-110)/($MF+$Sets[1]); Calu Sets Mf
    $Rtmf[2] = 110 + $Rare[0]*($MF-110)/($MF+$Rare[1]); Calu Rare mf
; Rtmf = return mf
    SetError(0)
    return $rtmf
endfunc

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- jaenster


-jaenster

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you and youre diablo :):( diablo junk ;):think:

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Hey, I used to play diablo and my friend started to play so im going to start playing again, but I have 1 question. Whats MF? :think: Haven't played in 2 years....

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

MF = Magic Find % if it's between 250% and 600% you'll have a high chance of getting unique/rare/set items, anything over 600% and you start getting less chance of unique/set/rare items.

About 500 is ideal, and not hard to get

~cdkid

Edited by cdkid

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Nice script, some months ago i could have used that for my endless numbers of mephi runs :think:

But i wonder why you show negative numbers for mf<110, if i'm right that script should show the +findchance in percent for uniques,set and rares. So 0mf should be the basic value for the +chance on the items? 0mf = 0 on every item?


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Nice script, some months ago i could have used that for my endless numbers of mephi runs :)

But i wonder why you show negative numbers for mf<110, if i'm right that script should show the +findchance in percent for uniques,set and rares. So 0mf should be the basic value for the +chance on the items? 0mf = 0 on every item?

You get negatief numbers ?

Lol i dont have so low Mf , so i never tryed :(

Cool that pll like this script :think:


-jaenster

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the effects of magic find on uniques is greatly reduced, and the effects on sets and rares significantly reduced. This reduction only comes into play above 110%.

This formula DOESN'T work for mf lower than 110%. Jeanster i think u would like to modify your script so it run properly with any magic find value.

Add something like this:

If $mf < 110 then
  $Rtfm[0] = $mf
  $Rtfm[1] = $mf
  $Rtfm[2] = $mf
  SetError(0)
  Return $Rtfm
EndIf

GL


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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

IT would be faaaar more impressive (and even begin usefullness) if it logged into a Diablo II account, found items on the character and then added the MF % up by itself,

Otherwise it is simply an exercise for Excel spreadsheet.

Edited by Gladry

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Yeah , maby ^^ .. Anywhy ty all.. and lower then 110 mf is crap :)


-jaenster

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