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[GUIDE] Idle Users “Bopper”

Idle Users “bopper”

This guide will show you a way to get Habbos into the opposite side of your room without much effort at all. It means you can put people where you want them and still keep your peaking population.

You will need…

1x WIRED Trigger: Repeat Effect
1x WIRED Trigger: User Stuff Collision
1x WIRED Effect: Move Furni Towards Nearest User
1x WIRED Effect: Teleport To Furni
1x Item to act as the collision item

Step 1: Wired Trigger: Repeat Effect

Firstly, you need to double click the Wired Trigger: Repeat Effect and set the delay to 0.5 seconds.

Step 2: WIRED Effect: Move Furni Towards Nearest UserSecondly, you need to double click the Wired Effect: Move Furni Towards Nearest User and select the collision object you’re using – this needs to be something with more than one state.

Step 3: WIRED Effect: Teleport To Furni After you’ve done that, you need to select the WIRED Effect: Teleport To Furni wired and click the piece of furniture that you want the person to be teleported to when the collision furniture has collided with them.

Step 4: Stack them up!Lastly, you need to click Ready/Okay on all of your other WIRED and stack them to match the images below.

… and that’s it! To use the WIRED, all you need to do is move your collision furniture next to the user you want to teleport.

 

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