And gate not sending a signal
I don't know if this issue can be recreated. It seems so random. A few of my AND Gates won't work. Other AND Gates on the same microchip work. I've had this issue before and I've tried re-doing the AND Gates, wires and the Selectors that they are attached to. It seemed to fix itself when I was trying to figure it out, but this time, the problem remains.
I posted a video link
Side note: I apologize for the messy wires, but that is another issue I've had with this project. A few times, when I add something to the microchip, all my wire grab points get deleted. (For example, adding a laser scope) Just another random thing that doesn't happen all the time. I undo the last action, all my wires points come back, but it keeps happening again, not often, but enough to frustrate me to decide not to organize my wires anymore.
It kind of feel like these issues don't have obvious solutions, but I would appreciate any ideas on how to figure out what's wrong with the AND gates. The wires I can live with. Thanks
Great to hear that you and TAPgiles managed to work it out so that it helped solve your issue!
I’ve still reported this to the team so they are aware of the sync issues with frames.
This has happened to me before
No joke, I fixed it by reordering the inputs of the And gate
TAPgiles was correct. I'm curious, does that mean the AND gate's process of receiving and sending information is a hair slower than a Selector? I would think that at that frame when it gets the X signal, all conditions are met right before the X signal triggers the selector to switch. And why did it work before? Anyway, thank you all for your time!
TAPgiles I did that so the menu options disappear when one of the options is selected and it's worked before. I guess I don't understand the exact time reaction of the signal. Would the bottom selectors signal close faster than the AND being able to read the X and send a signal to the top selector? When I get home I'll test out also sending that C slot up with the B slot and see if that fixes it. Thx
Edit: Or now that I'm thinking about it, I guess I could just use a simple not gate to eliminate the need for that third slot...
Sure thing. Is there someone i send an invite to or does it need to be public? I try to label everything,but it's still pretty sloppy. Should i clean up some of the wiring first or send it as is?
Looks like when you press X it also moves the bottom selector to C. Which then doesn't send a signal to the top selector that's not doing what you want it to. So that sorta makes sense to me?