So it's been a while since a made a post on this forum. I've been busy lately, and I haven't been able to complete any large projects recently. So, until I come up with something big to make, I decided I would try something new. I'm going to create a tutorial, but instead of just one big guide on wiring, I'm going to post a small tip on wiring every day. This way, I hope to progressively go from the very basics of wiring and logic gates to the more complex devices. I've seen a lot of new users joining T-MEC lately, so this tutorial will be a fun little project to help you beginners master wiring at a comfortable pace. So without further ado, let's get on with the first tip! Tip #1: Use TEdit I know a lot of wiring beginners may not be willing to work with third party tools, but TEdit is beyond helpful. Working with wiring in Terraria is a very fragile process. Nothing is more frustrating than starting to build something big, only to find that there's not enough room to build it in the space you set up. In Terraria, you would have to destroy your entire creation just to rebuild it somewhere else, but with TEdit, you can simply move the whole thing. With TEdit, you also have access to undo, redo, copy, and paste, four absolutely essential functions. Many devices that you make will consist of a few small components duplicated multiple times. Building each piece in Terraria can be tedious, but with TEdit, you can copy and paste something dozens or even hundreds of times in just a few clicks. Using TEdit also allows you to eliminate one of the biggest obstacles to wiring: the world. All you need to do is generate a largge, blank world and bucket fill it with diamond gemspark walls, which will illuminate everything without the need of torches. There are many other advantages that TEdit has over regular building in Terraria, and I highly suggest that you learn to use it. Just make sure that you always backup your worlds and use the most up-to-date version of TEdit. That's all for today. Tomorrow, I'm going to talk about faulty lamp gates. Until then, feel free to post whatever questions, comments, or suggestions you may have. Good luck!