I am having a bug where the checker never fails even when the check is false. Like i check if the property is greater than another and when it is not true, it still thinks it is true.
Hmm. Try looking over your settings again? Sometimes its just trial and error
i did and it doesn’t work. It always thinks it is true even it is false.
Exit out and go back in or refresh
are you using a true/false property type?
The checker can only check numerical ones.
no i am using a counter
either that happens or it always thinks that both counters are equal if instead of greater than i use equal to.
I did that but still same result. It always thinks the statment is true
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Try reloading the page. It ALWAYS works.
K I was saying it as a general statement, but you could just rehost, and check all existing channels/wires to see if one channel is reused to kill the signal.
Same! The same thing is happening to me!
I did and nope i saw nothing. I checked it for an hour straight changed and tried a bunch of things and it wont work.
can you send your checker and counter settings?
Property settings too.
What about the settings of the property?
in the counter settings it says to update Property “4” I think you have to make it property “3”
If that’s the problem then pls mark this as the solution