CIT Enchantment

Note that features marked in italics are unique to CIT Resewn.

This page applies to CITs marked with type=enchantment.

CIT Enchantment replaces the purple glint texture that appears on enchanted items.
These glints can be layered, blended and even be placed on items without vanilla glints.

The glint is a png texture, formatted like the vanilla glint texture (assets/minecraft/textures/misc/enchanted_item_glint.png).

Conditions

Target

The CIT must match the item in that has its glint changed.

Effects

Key Value Type                       Description Default
texture Texture Asset
(.png)
Replaces the texture of this glint layer with the resolved texture. None
layer Any whole number The position of this glint in the order of layers. If two glints use the same layer, the one with the higher weight will render and the other will not. 0
speed Any number Multiplier for the glint's scroll speed. 1.0
rotation Any number Rotates the texture and scroll direction by the given degrees. 0.0
duration Any number Amount of time in seconds to pause on this cit when the used method is cycle. 0.0
blend Literal or Custom Sets the OpenGL blending function used to apply the texture. add
useGlint Boolean Should the default enchantment glint show on the item. false
blur Boolean Should the texture be blurred before being applied. false
r Any positive number Multiplier for the texture's red component. 1.0
g Any positive number Multiplier for the texture's green component. 1.0
b Any positive number Multiplier for the texture's blue component. 1.0
a Any positive number Multiplier for the texture's alpha component. 1.0

Blending Functions

This section is very computer graphics and opengl heavy.

Named Functions

Function Function
replace Disables blending.
glint GL_SRC_COLOR
GL_ONE
* Mimics the vanilla glint blending.
alpha GL_SRC_ALPHA
GL_ONE_MINUS_SRC_ALPHA
add GL_SRC_ALPHA
GL_ONE
subtract GL_ONE_MINUS_DST_COLOR
GL_ZERO
multiply GL_DST_COLOR
GL_ONE_MINUS_SRC_ALPHA
dodge GL_ONE
GL_ONE
burn GL_ZERO
GL_ONE_MINUS_SRC_COLOR
screen GL_ONE
GL_ONE_MINUS_SRC_COLOR
overlay GL_DST_COLOR
GL_SRC_COLOR

Custom Function

Instead of using one of the named functions, you can create your own by specifying the parameters that are passed onto OpenGL's blendFuncSeparate method.

This takes either 4 or 2 parameters with the alpha factors defaulting to GL_ZERO, GL_ONE.
The parameters are separated by spaces and can be specified by using either a decimal constant, a hexadecimal constant (with a 0x prefix) or by a named GL11 constant name.

Example:

# Ways of specifying a "multiply" blending function
blend=multiply
blend=GL_DST_COLOR GL_ONE_MINUS_SRC_ALPHA
blend=GL_DST_COLOR GL_ONE_MINUS_SRC_ALPHA GL_ZERO GL_ONE
blend=774 771
blend=0x306 0x303