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I understand how to pick the closest instance using events, but is there a way to pick, say, the 6 closest instances?
Thanks for any help!
Thanks for the response, I will try it out later when I am out of work. Thanks again!
I tried it out and it works perfectly. Thank you for the example and help!
Oh, I have one more question, if you'd be so kind to indulge. How would I change the expression if I wanted it to pick the 6 closest that were off screen?
That's pretty simple, try understanding what I wrote and you'll just have to add the proper condition at the proper place (:
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Oh, I see. I didn't understand how to invert things, but I suppose if I invert the "is on screen" command, that should do the trick I would suspect!
probably (: you spoke in past tense but just in case to invert it's right click on the condition > invert