Overwrites the default value of gates connected to the output port. Use it to dynamically manipulate the internal value of gates such as ‘GreaterThan’, ‘LowerThan’, ‘CounterBetween’, ‘Value’, ‘Counter’, ‘LowPassFilter’ and ‘Addition’.
- If SET VALUE Gate is left blank, it will use the value pushed from parent gate to set the value of the next connected gate. If a value is typed into the gate it will use that instead.
NOTE: Be careful, if your are using the SET VALUE Gate to dynamically control an action, remember that the SET VALUE Gate DOES NOT PUSH EVENTS through. This means, that you have to push events through another way. For instance if you are using SET VALUE to alter a VALUE Gate, you might need to connect your data source to both the SET VALUE and VALUE gate. In this instance, your data source will use the SET VALUE Gate to dynamically alter the VALUE Gate, but your data source will also trigger an event through the VALUE Gate. Be careful about connection order as well. Make sure you first connect your SET VALUE Gate and then your VALUE Gate your data source.