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Grade S80 value --> "7"
Grade S84 value --> "8"
Grade R value --> "6"
Grade R95 value --> "9"
Grade R99 value --> "10"
Grade R110 value --> "11"

download here: https://www.mediafire.com/file/q3l21oged1477ph/grade_mark.rar/file

 

Interface/Classes/ToolTip.uc

//Grade Mark
function AddTooltipItemGrade(ItemInfo Item)
{
	local string TextureName;

	if(Item.CrystalType > 0)
    {
        StartItem();
		m_Info.eType = DIT_TEXT;
		m_Info.t_bDrawOneLine = true;
        m_Info.eType = DIT_TEXTURE;
        m_Info.nOffSetX = 4;
        m_Info.nOffSetY = 0;
        
        switch (Item.CrystalType)
        {
            case 1: // D grade_d
            TextureName = "symbol.grade_d";
            break;
        
            case 2: // C grade_c
            TextureName = "symbol.grade_c";
            break;
    
            case 3: // B grade_b
            TextureName = "symbol.grade_b";
            break;
        
            case 4: // A grade_a
            TextureName = "symbol.grade_a";
            break;
        
            case 5: // S grade_s
            TextureName = "symbol.grade_s";
            break;
        
            case 6: // R Grade_R
            TextureName = "SGERfjssymbol.Grade_R";
            break;
			
	    	case 7: // S80 Grade_S80
            TextureName = "SGERfjssymbol.Grade_S80";
            break;
        
            case 8: // S84 Grade_S84
            TextureName = "SGERfjssymbol.Grade_S84";
            break;
        
            case 9: // R95 Grade_R95
            TextureName = "SGERfjssymbol.Grade_R95";
            break;
        
            case 10: // R99 Grade_R99
            TextureName = "SGERfjssymbol.Grade_R99";
            break;
        
            case 11: // R99 Grade_R110
            TextureName = "SGERfjssymbol.Grade_R110";
            break;
        }
        
        if (Item.CrystalType == 7 || Item.CrystalType == 8 || Item.CrystalType == 9 || Item.CrystalType == 10 || Item.CrystalType == 11)
        {
            m_Info.u_nTextureWidth = 32;
            m_Info.u_nTextureHeight = 16;
            
            m_Info.u_nTextureUWidth = 32;
            m_Info.u_nTextureUHeight = 16;
        }
        else
        {
            m_Info.u_nTextureWidth = 16;
            m_Info.u_nTextureHeight = 16;
            
            m_Info.u_nTextureUWidth = 16;
            m_Info.u_nTextureUHeight = 16;
        }
    
        m_Info.u_strTexture = TextureName;
        EndItem();
    }
}

 

Edited by SGER@fjs
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On 1/5/2021 at 11:47 AM, Ehoq said:

@sacrifice yeah. i got same problem. grade mark works fine. but when i enchant weapon M.atk goes to - 21473712713.  ( if i makes s80 grade (grade7)

If the question is still relevant to you, I have an answer. Sorry in advance for broken English, I use google translator. You need to introduce a local variable: 
 

 local int     CrystalChap;

In the ITEM_WEAPON block, we define it:
 

CrystalChap = Item.CrystalType;
            if (Item.CrystalType > 5) 
            {
                CrystalChap = 5;
            }

In tooltips for physical and magical attacks, replace Item.CrystalType with CrystalChap, you get something like this:
 

//Physical Damage
            AddTooltipItemOption(94, String(GetPhysicalDamage(Item.WeaponType, Item.SlotBitType, CrystalChap, Item.Enchanted, Item.PhysicalDamage)), true, true, false);
            
            //Masical Damage
            AddTooltipItemOption(98, String(GetMagicalDamage(Item.WeaponType, Item.SlotBitType, CrystalChap, Item.Enchanted, Item.MagicalDamage)), true, true, false);

There will be no more problems with displaying enchants level. 😉

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