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[GUIDE] Anti Line Cutting

anti line cutting

This guide will show you a way to stop users from cutting other players while in a queue. You will need a few pieces of wired to start you off:

You will need…

WIRED Trigger: User Walks Off Furni (x1)
WIRED Trigger: User Walks Off Furni (x1)
WIRED Effect: Teleport To Furni (x1)

Step 1: Setting up the WIREDFirstly, you will need to double-click the WIRED Trigger: User Walks Off Furni to open it. Once opened, select the furniture item that the Cutter would be standing. In my example below, the Cutter would be stood on the highlighted Roller and would cut the cornered Habbo by moving diagonally. Once selected, press ‘Ready’.

Step 2: Remove the cutterOpen the WIRED Effect: Teleport To Furni by double clicking it. Once opened, click the item of furniture that is placed at the back of the line. In my example below, the Cutter would be teleported to the Roller at the far end of the queue and will have to re-queue. Once selected, press ‘Ready’.

Step 3: On one condition…Open the Wired Condition: Furni has Users by double clicking it. Once opened, select the item of furniture that the Habbo being cut would be stood on in the corner. Once selected, press ‘Ready’.

Step 4: Stack it up!That’s it! Once you’ve made sure that you have stacked your WIRED correctly, as shown in the image above, you’re all set!
 

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