inxt-generation wrote:NXT-G is really buggy, so expect errors.
1. To delete a wire, simply select it, and press the "delete" button on your keyboard.
2. This is probably caused by having a wire go into a block, but without plugging into a output. I'm not sure what to do about that. This tool might help. The instructions to install it are here.
3.This is one of the bugs I was talking about. AFAIK, there's no way around this. Just try to go slow and let the editor catch up.
NXT-G is good for beginners, but as you get more experienced you will quickly hit the limits of what it can do.
h-g-t wrote:I struggled on with NXT-G because I thought the alternatives were too complicated.
Very surprised to find that NXC was actually simpler to use, as well as more powerful and easier to modify!
hassenplug wrote:If you click on a block's drawer INPUT that has a wire connected to it, the wire will be deleted.
Using the mouse, you can create a box around a wire or a beam (that gets left after pasting blocks). That will select the wire/beam. Then, you can just hit delete.
To create the box, just click and drag the mouse. You should see the box appear as you drag. It will select everything that is even partially in the box. That means if you select part of a block and hit delete, it will delete the block.
Tip: you can also use the mouse-drag to scroll the screen, but dragging the mouse to the edge of the screen...
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