Configurable timed lasers (Difficulty: 🟩)

  1. What you’ll need: lifecycle, repeater, laser, and wire repeater
  2. Set the life cycle to listen to the game start.
  3. Connect the life cycle to the repeater (Event occurs: start repeater)
  4. Connect the repeater to the wire repeater (repeater runs task: repeat the pulse)

    You should have something like that ^^^^
  5. Connect the wire repeater to the laser (wire repeater receives a pulse: deactivate the laser
  6. Connect the repeater to the laser (Repeater runs task: Activate laser)

    Ps: make sure the repeater’s delay is longer than the wire repeater’s delay.
    Pss: message me if it isn’t working
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I can’t get this to work. I don’t know what the problem is, but my lasers just stay on the whole time.

I know it’s the same for me!!!

It keeps staying on and never goes off!

Me too I go when is this laser going to stop and 53 min later and it still have not.

Try using a lifecycle, and two wire repeaters hooked up to each other. Put one delay to 5 sec, and the other to 10 sec. On game start ----- send wire pulse (hooked up to the 5 sec wire repeater) then connect the 5 sec wire repeater to the 10 sec wire repeater. Then hook the 10 sec. wire repeater back to the 5 sec wire repeater. Then hook both up to the laser, set the 5 sec one to turn on the laser, and set the 10 second one to turn off the laser.

i used two repeaters, each to 10 sec., but one repeater starts 5 sec. after the other. wire them both to the laser, one turning the laser on and the other off.

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Looks like I bumped into a laser.

The lasers are bumping so many of us! Run!

mine just stayed on then off forever

I Know how to fix this.

  1. You need to set the WIRE REPEATER to have a delay (Not 0)

  2. You need to set the Time to run Setting to a number higher than the pre-set 10 seconds, or it’ll only work for ten seconds

I set mine to the max, which is 1800 seconds

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If you want the laser to run forever (And not use as much memory as using a Repeater), then do as I show

Step 1 Delete/Erase the Repeater, NOT the Wire Repeater

Step 2 Get two Wire Repeaters

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Then Conect them like so-

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(Connect the Wire Repeater that’s being pointed to by the Red Arrow to the Wire Repeater being pointed to by the Blue Arrow with a wire. There’s only 1 option to select)

Then do this

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(Again Red Arrow to Blue Arrow)

By the way

The Bottom Wire Repeater has no delay

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While the wire repeater above the bottom one has your own custom delay (although It has to be Above 0, or it won’t work)

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Next Conect what I show (as always Red to Blue)

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And connect it with-

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(and yes, I am using a skin, it’s the scribble skin if you were wondering)

And Finaly-

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(Red to Blue ya know da deal)

Now it should be fixed, and function indefinitely if do so choose. :+1:

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Thank you! Turning on the repeater’s time to 1800 made it work for me!

welcome back! @the_chosen_one

welcome back to the forums @the_chosen_one !

glad to see u again

How did you know I came back? I had only made four posts before, so I thought people would think I was new because I hadn’t been on in a couple of months.

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Yep, it shows above your text. It’s okay, it happens!

welcome back to the forums @the_chosen_one!
you havent posted since before i’ve been here, but still, welcome back!

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