Block code just not running

I deleted it while in debugging process.

Did you replicate it?

I replicated it just now, and it didn’t work. One sec and I will get things to you.


At first, I just had the set property block, and it changed. But when I added the if/else block, the property did not change.

Maybe put the get property part first and then the number 1.

I was just going to say that.

Remember, checkers work now. If all else fails, you have a workaround.

xD

Very true!! I am so excited with this update because checkers are my favorite device

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But then the end code would be false. In this case, it needs to be true. It should be true according to things. Also, the checkers would not help because I would need to go> if fails> and then block code.

If you’re just incrementing a property by one, you don’t need block code, just a counter.

I’m not incrementing anything.

Then you could have the property represented by the amount of item in your inventory. You can clear all then grant one, right?

I am not comprehending. The property is your level of snowball launcher, for upgradable weapons.

Give me a few minutes to get a picture of what I mean.

2 hours later :skull:

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Uh… I was working on it.

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Heh, understandable, it’s known when someone says they need a couple minutes to get pictures, to be very flexible about the meaning of “a few minutes”. Hey even the great Cameron Sharer did it!

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The fact that now checkers are more reliable than block code :skull:.

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This was a statement that I never wanted to hear, block code is not working!