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Conditional chains break sometimes around corners: Suggested fix #68
At the moment, conditional chains are currently handled by checking if the successcount of the previous block was a "1" twice. This works fine, when the successcount is indeed a 1. However, it breaks when there is more than 1.
My proposal is simple: Instead of checking if it is 1, check if it is 0. That way, it works for all values of successcount. It'll invert it, but since there's two blocks it'll invert it twice so the output should be the same.
Going into corner, chain fails:
Going into corner, chain succeeds:
Thanks for the idea. Sorry it's taken a while to get back to you. I will be looking into this.
The suggestion is good; but I think it will only work if there are a two blocks inserted. I would love to find a way that will pass the correct value through any number of blocks, in case future layout options require it.