The meaning of a node?

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The meaning of a node?

Post#1 » 30 Jun 2017, 11:46

Does this node (as shown below) mean attack weakestHealth enemy as long as it's not out of range?
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Re: The meaning of a node?

Post#2 » 30 Jun 2017, 11:58

No. It attacks the enemy with the weakest health, as long as it's not out of range and it's shield is 0-25%.

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Re: The meaning of a node?

Post#3 » 30 Jun 2017, 12:51

I lost the game wrote:No. It attacks the enemy with the weakest health, as long as it's not out of range and it's shield is 0-25%.


But isn't the filter conditions considered "or"?
I mean, the code should be like "Attack weakestHealth enemy (filter=notOut-of-range or shield25%), or am I wrong?
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Re: The meaning of a node?

Post#4 » 30 Jun 2017, 12:55

between filter categories there is AND. within a filter category there is OR (every filter has a dot) or AND (there is only one dot and a line on the left of all filters).

But thanks, I add this to the FAQ.
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Re: The meaning of a node?

Post#5 » 06 Jul 2017, 04:38

Attack enemy with lowest shield that has 0-25% shield and is at short, medium, or long range.

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Re: The meaning of a node?

Post#6 » 06 Jul 2017, 04:46

The ui has lines and dots to help differentiate between AND and OR, but it's not particularly intuitive. (Not that I can see a better way of doing it).

It would be helpful if the node's text description was clearer too. Currently the clauses are divided by commas which could mean AND or OR.

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