How to Delete Multiple Terrain at Once! (Difficulty 0/10 or ⬜ )

Nice job!

We’re considering a gimkit-beginner

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Yeah, thats what i said, most of us are no-lifers on gimkit.

One of the regulars should put out a poll asking if the community wants a gimkit-beginner tag. I for one definitely do.

Delete was spelled wrong. Also this should not be a psa.

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Wait, you can! Man, I am behind on a lot of stuff, I feel like a beginner again.

You could just say bump.

They accidentally posted in the wrong topic…

I know, but they could edit the post not delete it.

Yeah… they could…

im not new and I didn’t know this

but that’s probably because I never delete much…

I was not talking about you @Aubec7 I posted this before you ever j0ined the forum.

I wasn’t saying you were talking to me I was just giving an example

Y’all lets try not to get off topic!

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bump bump

Put this under the @beginner-must-read tag

nice guide! i found this out a while back cuz i didnt notice the eraser had options its very useful once in a while and its good to know peeps are finding out this useful feature! meow! :3

Note that if you put your mouse somewhere that isnt occupied by anything, and you drag it to somewhere else, you will create a box. if you let go, it will select anything touching the box (props ,devicess, etc.)
then if u press “backspace”, you will recieve a message saying “Are you sure you want to delete” and if you press yes, you can delete everything you selected
in addition, if you press “c” instead of “backspace” you basically copy all of the selected objects
pretty neat. wish i found it sooner

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Bump! I found this very helpful.

Too easy!!!