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When I use "For" from 1 to 3, the loop just continues and does not stop at 3. I even used Stop Loop action, but it doesn't work.
It's the same with "Repeat"....
You can do that :
That's strange, than what is this "3 times" used for?
I could have used a "for" loop, it would have worked the same.
You need to post your events. There's no reason Stop Loop shouldn't work.
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Using stop loop action doesn't mean it will be stopped forever. What it does is to stop the loop on that thick. If that condition is still true on the next thick then it will keep running. You have to use something to break the loop like a variable Stop = 1. To do that use in a sub-event a condition that verifies in which loopindex it is, if its on the last index then put Stop to 1.