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[GUIDE] Guiding Furni With Arrows

guiding with arrows

You will need…

Arrow Plate (x4)
Furni item to be moved (x1)
WIRED Trigger: User Walks On Furni (x4)
WIRED Effect: Move and Rotate Furni (x4)
WIRED Trigger: Repeat Effect (x4; optional)

Step 1: Set it up!

You will need to place all four Arrow Plates and rotate them so they are all facing a different direction. You will also need to choose the item that you want the Arrow Plates to move. In my example below, I am using the Glowball.

Step 2: Set up the Arrow Plates

Place WIRED Trigger: User Walks On Furni (x1) and connect it to one of the Arrow Plates. Place WIRED Effect: Move and Rotate Furni (x1) and connect it to the same Arrow Plate that you connected the Trigger to and select which direction you want it to move the item to (the direction the arrow is facing). Once you have done this, when you step on the Arrow Plate, your item should move 1 square in that direction.

Now you need to do the same thing but with the other three Arrow Plates. All of the Arrow Plates will have their own WIRED stack, so you should now have four stacks of two WIRED. Once you’re done and it’s all working, you can move on to Step 3.

Step 3: Repeat! (Optional)This stage is optional, but if you want the item to carry on moving in that direction until the user steps off the Arrow Plate, you need to place one WIRED Trigger: Repeat Effect on each of the four stacks that you created in Step 2.

 

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