Composite Definitions: Stats Used in Expressions
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    Default Composite Definitions: Stats Used in Expressions

    I am reading the tutorial:

    http://wiki.assaultware.com/Composite-Definitions.ashx

    The example composite definition is "VPIP - PFR".

    Two stats are used: "HEM.TOT_VPIP" and "HEM.TOT_PFR"

    Where can I find the names of these stats? The tutorial says, "An easy way to find the list of the HEM stats is to navigate into any color definition and look at the "HM2 stats" panel."

    I don't know how to apply this to HM3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john2 View Post
    I am reading the tutorial:

    http://wiki.assaultware.com/Composite-Definitions.ashx

    The example composite definition is "VPIP - PFR".

    Two stats are used: "HEM.TOT_VPIP" and "HEM.TOT_PFR"

    Where can I find the names of these stats? The tutorial says, "An easy way to find the list of the HEM stats is to navigate into any color definition and look at the "HM2 stats" panel."

    I don't know how to apply this to HM3.
    Hi john2,

    This tutorial is outdated for HM3. You don't want to use HEM stats in the HM3 NoteCaddy. Instead, you need to use only NoteCaddy definitions in the Composite Definitions.

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