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I was going to ask a question about how to get these switches to turn on but I solved that. But now I am having a problem with coding an object so that it appears when 4 switches are turned on, right now I have these lines that don't work:
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I have events that appear when each individual switch is on and they appeared, but this one did not. I don't think I can use variables since it's a switch that can be undone and turns off every time one of the objects is in the wrong position, so if I were to replace that with a variable I would just have a staggeringly negative number. Is there an easy way to do this that doesnt require me to figure out how to use variables in this situation?

Edit: it was him
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Its because page one is action button, so unless someone walks up to the event and activates it, it will never run. That is why it is never showing up.

What I'd do is use a variable instead, and each time the switch would be turned on increase it by 1, and set the spider event to show up when the variable is >= 4.
 

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ugh I realized this seconds after I hit post and when I playtested it worked perfectly... I think working on this puzzle for a solid hour destroyed my brain.. thank you Bernard Gillisp
 

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