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Hello, new to Construct and came across the suggestion of grouping events which could then allow disabling/enabling for optimization. Just looking for an example/screenshot of this in action.
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Here is an example:
Very helpful, thank you.
One follow up question ... what, if anything, sets a group back to deactivated?
You can deactivate groups, or toggle active status, all depends on what you are using them for.
keep in mind that the example shown was about the worst possible because the events were triggers that only run once when triggered, it'S much more useful to deactivate events that run every tick