In my week here I’ve seen so many people post on help, get one link, and mark a solution. You can just search on the search bar, and there is a 90% chance that someone has a guide on it.
There are a lot of really helpful guides and solutions to other helps that this applies to. And even if it is unsolved, don’t ask again, unless gimkit underwent an update.
Even if it doesn’t pop up the first time, search again. Change the keywords. Instead of “talk”, say “speak” and things like that.
And as the all intelligent and wise @mysz said, the community guides are like a library. You can search to find specific info, you can browse for fun, but you always learn. And you can use that to improve your games and thus have more fun while programming and playing it with friends.
Before searching for a topic or creating a new post, try it out for yourself!
If you just ask for the answer straight away and just giving up when you can’t solve the problem, you won’t learn and you might not have fun which IS what Gimkit Creative was for.
Try debugging, checking your device settings to see if it is correct, checking wires and channels or asking a friend to help you.
Also, it never hurts to challenge yourself .
(I’m not saying to stop posting on help, it’s extremely useful for finding info. But if the info is already out there, don’t add clutter and unnecessary posts to the forum)
Have a good day and happy gimkitting,