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Problem with tutorials

Hi

In the "Using the Statemachine Editor" tutorial one is told to go to configuration tab and do some stuff in the State Library window. The problem is that I don't see any State Libray window.

Here are the complete directions:

Start implementing the behavior by adding FlexBe built-in state library to your FlexBe App. This state library is included in flexbe_behavior_engine/flexbe_states/src/flexbe_states. Go to configuration tab, in State Library window click Add Folder and select your flexbe_states folder. This procedure is also performed to add another state library that other people made.

Is this something I can just ignore?

regards Frimann

Problem with tutorials

Hi

In the "Using "Using the Statemachine Editor" Editor" tutorial one is told to go to configuration tab and do some stuff in the State Library window. The problem is that I don't see any State Libray window.

Here are the complete directions:

Start implementing the behavior by adding FlexBe built-in state library to your FlexBe App. This state library is included in flexbe_behavior_engine/flexbe_states/src/flexbe_states. Go to configuration tab, in State Library window click Add Folder and select your flexbe_states folder. This procedure is also performed to add another state library that other people made.

Is this something I can just ignore?

regards Frimann

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Problem with tutorials

Hi

In the "Using the Statemachine Editor" tutorial one is told to go to configuration tab and do some stuff in the State Library window. The problem is that I don't see any State Libray window.

Here are the complete directions:

Start implementing the behavior by adding FlexBe built-in state library to your FlexBe App. This state library is included in flexbe_behavior_engine/flexbe_states/src/flexbe_states. Go to configuration tab, in State Library window click Add Folder and select your flexbe_states folder. This procedure is also performed to add another state library that other people made.

Is this something I can just ignore?

regards Frimann