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How do i make a timer so when it runs out something happens?

Ive tryed, ive failed. help.

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asked Dec 22 '14 at 08:31 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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Whenever you want to start the timer in your blueprint, use a "Set Timer" node. You can specify how long the timer runs, and whether it fires once or loops multiple times. In the function name square, type in the name of a custom event you want to fire when the timer runs out.

Elsewhere on the blueprint, right-click and Add Custom Event. Give it the exact same name you entered above. Now code will proceed from here whenever the timer hits zero.

There are other nodes that might be helpful, such as Is Timer Active and Clear Timer, if you want to check if the timer is still running or turn it off.

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answered Dec 22 '14 at 10:33 PM

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