[Tip] Hiding the On Load node During Development

by UBotBuddy

Recently, I was developing a bot and I was also using the “On Load” node.

Well, after perfecting that I was moving on to my next stage when I was suddenly hit with my ON Load failing every time I started my bot yo work on it.

Here’s what I did.

I added a Loop with Zero cycles ahead of the On Load node and then I dragged it into the Loop. Hit the ole Save button and then I tested by clearing out the Bot and reloading.

B-A-M-M-!

Problem solved.

Once I am done with the development I will just move the On Load outside of the Loop and remove the Loop.

Here is what it looks like:

OnLoadTip

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