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    Sowelu is offline Explorer
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    Default Can someone tell me how to stack blocks/mats

    I have an extremely difficult time stacking blocks and mats. I try to make them face one way and they turn the other. I don't know if it's because I'm using the mouse on my laptop or what, but I can't get the mats to face the right way nor can I stack the blocks how I want too. T_____T Does anyone have any tips?

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    Default Re: Can someone tell me how to stack blocks/mats


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    Icon9 Re: Can someone tell me how to stack blocks/mats

    Well it might be your laptop mouse but I think your are used to it. If you have a scroll thing on the side of the touch screen, you can turn the block/mat before you put it in the area. I have a normal computer with a mouse. The way to do it my way is before your going to put in down to the place you want it to be, you use the scroll thing between the left and right click to turn it.

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    Default Re: Can someone tell me how to stack blocks/mats

    just set the block down then click it in decorate mode then click the rotate right/left button.
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    Default Re: Can someone tell me how to stack blocks/mats

    i always have like a foundation of blocks when im building my designs say have one big line of boxes going stait up then build it from there and after yur done with a name or whatever take away the foundation blocks

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