I’ve read the automapping documentation but I’m a bit confused. I’m trying to get a certain output when there are 2 tiles next to each other. But these tiles are from seperate layers. How would I go about doing this/is it even possible? This is what I’ve tried thus far (ignore the group folder):
input_ground contains the wall corner tile in the picture. input_background contains the green tile. output_wallshadow contains the small shadow in between the 2 tiles. Now this clearly doesn’t work. I’ve also tried using input with an index, but that causes a bunch of other issues as well.
If this is not possible, then there might be something else I can do to still make everything efficient. I would need a tile in input_ground, but then when the automapping happens, the tile that got placed in the ground layer gets removed immediately and the tile in output_background gets placed. Is this possible to do? I know about the DeleteTiles functionality but I haven’t gotten it to work and I’m not sure if it’s even what I’m looking for.