[quote="alspal":2kuxf69m]this is odd, it does seem to always make the Y1 a wall row even when you haven't told it to. When I changed it from Y1 to Y9 for example, it would make Y1 and Y9 and Y10 a row of walls. So it seems to always make 2 rows of walls when you set the Y value to something plus the first row will always be a wall.
I think the trouble was using an OR event, I made a work around.
I think I used the latest version of construct[/quote:2kuxf69m]
Sorry, I don't have that installed although I agree with your conclusion because we seemed to have developed similar solutions (presumably). Although it is sloppier (I am OCD about these things grrr construct get fixed), I am back to using separate events and a variable at the end to determine if it is an edge or not. This appears to be working so far. I will continue to rebuild it and post back if more STRANGE HAPPENINGS occur. Thanks for the help.