Hi, i posted about this before but I really didn’t get proper help.
what I mean by a string of notifcations as, like notifcations talking to the player.
ex: NOTIFCATION 1(hello)
NOTIFCATION 2 (wassup)
NOTIFCATION 3 (ayo)
and so forth.
for some reason notifcation don’t connect…
anyway thanks in advance
How are the notifications sent? What device sends them?
Can you put the entire problem? I didn’t go to the first post.
I don’t know what you mean? The entire problem do you want me to explain my map and my exact problem?
What device triggers the notification device?
A lifecyle ㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤ
okie basically I want to have a string of notifcations like talking to the player for example.
Life cyle (game start) → send a notifcation → send another one → and another
Wire the lifecycle to a trigger with a 1 second delay, as well as to the first notification. Then copy the notification and trigger, and wire the first trigger to the second one, and to the second notification. Then repeat this until you’ve done all your notifications. (obviously, after copying the notifications, set the text to whatever you want.)
This is what it should look like:
The settings of every wire should be one of these, depending on what devices it connects:
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Also, note that this string technique can work with almost any device in the place of the notifications, from activating a line of sentries to teleporting you forward for a zipline or dropper or many other things!
does the player need to step on the trigger for the notifcations to be sent?
What will trigger it then?
If you want another one to pop up when the current one closes, just make the trigger delay five seconds, or whatever the notification duration is.
No, and you should make the triggers invisible and not triggerable by player collision.
okie thanks i’m marking it a solution
You can also use wire repeaters instead since they take less memory
so instead of using triggers use wire repeaters?
Yeah, do that, I just realized that. They do the same thing as triggers, except they only work with wires.
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