Linedef type 418
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Linedef type 418, Start Adjustable Blinking Light (Unsynchronized), is a type of linedef executor which, when triggered, starts a globally unsynchronized blinking effect in every tagged sector, in the same manner as linedef type 604.
The control linedef's X distance determines the time (in tics) for the light to be at the lower level, and the control linedef's Y distance determines the time (also in tics) for the light to be at the higher level. Both the control sector's and the target sector's brightness levels determine the light levels between which the effect switches. The lesser brightness level between the two determines the minimum light level for this effect, while the greater brightness level determines the maximum.
If you use a two-sided linedef with Flag  / Not Climbable checked, the light level of the linedef's back sector will be used as the second light level, instead of the target sector, allowing you to set the latter at a different starting light level entirely.
- Example file: ex_ld418_startadjustableblinkinglight_unsynchronized.wad (MAP01)
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