Each room allows for a binary response: yes / no, true / false, a / b, and one of two doors opens based on the response. A console with two buttons sits between the doors.
Right now in Horizon I’m working on elevator style doors that can animate open and closed using the ‘move to over time’ code block. This is working well, EXCEPT I can’t figure out how booleans work in here, or I’m doing something dumb. I’ve created a boolean variable “isOpen” and when the trigger is entered it checks: ‘if isOpen == false” to know if the door should be opening or closing, but it doesn’t seem to be working. If I remove the if statement with the boolean I can open the door just fine. I find visual programming challenging in this way, because you need to know exactly how code blocks need to be combined, and sometimes it feels like you need to know a secret handshake to make them work.
But then again, there is a decent chance I’m just doing something dumb.