How to make a password protected barrier

How to make a password protected door:
Things you will need:
1x Questioner
1x Barrier or prop you want to block the door
First, make a new kit, called password. Make it 1 question with a typed answer and set the question to: What is the password? Set The answer to the password you want. Then press done.

Go back in game and place a Questioner down go get the view link of the kit you just made and insert the link into the Questioner.
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Then wire the Questioner to the barrier or prop. Question answered correctly → Deactivate barrier. One last thing. Since gimkit makes you see what the answer is if you get in wrong, put down a wire repeater with a delay of 0 and wire the Questioner to the wire repeater Question Answered Incorectly —> repeat the wire pulse. Then wire the wire repeater back to the questioneer When the wire recieves a pulse —> close question answering screen. That should be it.

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great guide, but you might need some pictures so it doesn’t get flagged

Nice guide, it seems hard to find an easy password system

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Nice guide! Remember, pictures are powerful!

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Try to omit your personal information (1st picture)
Otherwise, cool guide!

how do u find the kit link

You can just make your own kit, with your own unique password

no like how do i in my own

Removed ideas tag.

Great guide!

But dosnt it tell you the correct awnser whe you get it wrong…

Go to Gimkit.com/kits and click on the 3 dots (…) and press open, and copy that link that you are on

Nice guide! I never thought of using a Questioner as a password!

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the guide fixes that
with a wire repeater, the questioner closes the screen when the answer is wrong, meaning the correct answer is hidden

pretty clever, both memory-efficient and easy to understand

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Oh my bad I must have skimmed through it too fast.

You might want to credit this guide:

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but this guide is a better improvement with 1) pictures and 2) preventing the questioner from showing the correct answer

Ik but you should always credit guides made before.

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{Extremely Large Bump} Oh, and also I think this is a WONDERFUL design! :smiley: