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The effect of 'scale' when axes are reversed

The topic of reversing axes in a ternary plot has been covered in the past and works for the problem I’m trying to solve. However, the parameter “scale” does not seem to have an effect on reversed axes. With a regular ternary plot, setting scale=100 gives a range of 0-100 on all my axes (Fig. 1). When I reverse the axes using ticks = [i / float(scale) for i in range(0, (scale+1),10)], my axes go from 0 -1 regardless of what I use as scale (Fig 2). Is there any easy solution?
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