SAVE & EXPORT
Checking for filter to load...
Loads the changes from your last FilterBlade session.
If you want to delete these auto-saved changes, click on 'Reset filter'
STRICTNESS - how much the filter hides
STYLE - the looks of the filter
Add modular changes that modify the filter appearance, sounds and filtering. Use the customize screen to implement more changes!
Any changes done on the site will affect all other screens (such as loot simulator). You can switch back and forth until you're satisfied with your filter. This customizer is built to be fail-proof and is designed to prevent causing damage to your filter.
Change reoccurring colors and sounds of the filter.
If you change a color here, it will affect every entry in the filter that uses that color. Items that have the default appearance won't be listed here and can't be changed using the Style Editor.
Quick edits that affect the whole filter and are applied BEFORE (i.e. have less priority than) your other changes.
Additional means to edit the filter. These are designed for experienced filterblade-users, developers and filter authors.
Only use these tools if you know what you are doing.
Most users won't need to use any of them.
For your day-to-day filter creator!
Use the FilterBlade appearance editor to find the right colors for your filter and simply copy/paste the generated code into your filter!
These 4 items represent the 4 possible rarities (Normal/None, Magic, Rare, Unique) since they have different default text colors.
Visualize the current active filter and see every single change it contains.
Color Picker Palette
Customize the color palette on the left side of the color pickers here. Pick a color and click "Add color" to add it, or select an existing one from the palette and click "Remove color" to remove it.
Enable Style Edit button
Activating this option will add the 'Style' button to Appearance Editors all around the site. The style button works the same way the "Style Editor" Section does, but allows doing style changes on the fly, without switching back and forth. It's slightly confusing for new users, but you've made it this far, so you're likely ready to bask in the glory of the 'Style' button!
Alert sound volume
This has no influence on the filter and inGame sounds, but is a way to adjust how loud the FilterBlade website in your browser plays the sounds (in case this is much different from the inGame volume).
Always display all Show/Hide/Disable options
Only recommended for advanced users that know what they're doing. This has the potential to seriously damage the filter.
Always show all SHD buttons
Save every single edit in your browser and offer to load the most recent version when you re-visit the site. You can disable this if you don't see the need for it and are annoyed by the constant popUp. We recommend to keep this turned on - just in case.
Enable Lock Feature
This allows you to manually lock single items in TierLists of the Customizer, causing items to not be moved from their current tier by filter updates or economy auto-sorts. Items that are moved into a new tier are always locked automatically.
Enable Lock feature
Create new filter
Start customizing and head over to the 'Save & Export' screen once you're done.
Save as new filter
You're done customizing and want to save and download/sync the current filter? Click here!
Presets are building blocks for filters. If you have multiple filters using common changes you can keep the common changes in a preset! You can also use other people's presets on the Overview tab.
We also made a video about them.
You can then use these presets on the
Overview when creating a new filter.
Get all strictnesses
Support the FilterBlade Dev-Team,
NeverSink, Tobnac & Haggis:
Support the Filter Author,
NeverSink - Project Manager, Lead Developer. Project Focus:
Architecture, Domain Languages, Data Processing
Tobnac - Developer, Designer, Content Creator. Project Focus:
Customization, Layout and UI, General Development.
Haggis - Developer, data analyst, php dev Project Focus: Loot
generation, layout and UI, save/load functions.