(NOTE: I don’t know that much about this glitch yet, but I will be editing (or maybe replying to) this topic if I find more information.)
I recently found a bug in Hopscotch which causes custom rules to make things inside certain rules (rules inside the custom rule, that is) always happen, ignoring the “When __ happens”. (That probably didn’t make sense, so I’ll give an example: Say you have a custom rule that includes a “When (value 1) > 10, increase (value 2) by 1”. This bug would cause value 2 to be continuously increased by 1 (even if value 1 isn’t more than 10.))
Anyway, here’s what I’ve figured out so far:
- It only happens if the custom rule has multiple rules inside it
- Set value blocks don’t work at all
- Increase value blocks ignore the “when __ happens” part, just like most other blocks
- A few blocks (such as set invisibility and change colour) don’t ignore the “when __ happens” part; they just work as normal.
- Blocks don’t completely ignore the “when __ happens” part; if it includes a “When __ = __”, the blocks obey that part of it. (e.g. If you have the when statement “When x = 1 and y < 5”, the things inside that rule don’t happen if x isn’t equal to 1. However, they can still happen even if y is not less than 5.)
If anyone has more information on this bug, it would probably be helpful to share it in a reply.