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[[File:stairsingame.jpg|thumb|right|300px|The Stairs in-game.]]
 
[[File:stairsingame.jpg|thumb|right|300px|The Stairs in-game.]]
 
'''Stairs''' are a testing element in Portal puzzles. They are two panels deep, and when deployed allow the player to walk one panel high.
 
'''Stairs''' are a testing element in Portal puzzles. They are two panels deep, and when deployed allow the player to walk one panel high.
 
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== Editor Adjustments ==
 
== Editor Adjustments ==
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== Connections ==
 
== Connections ==
 
 
* If "Start Deployed" is checked, an active connection will deploy the stairs to upright position
 
* If "Start Deployed" is checked, an active connection will deploy the stairs to upright position
 
* If "Start Deployed" is not checked, an active connection will reduce the stairs to the flattened position
 
* If "Start Deployed" is not checked, an active connection will reduce the stairs to the flattened position

Revision as of 03:14, 7 June 2012

This article contains content specific to the Portal 2 Puzzle Maker. For the Authoring Tools equivalent, see Panels.
The Stairs in the Puzzle Maker.
The Stairs in-game.

Stairs are a testing element in Portal puzzles. They are two panels deep, and when deployed allow the player to walk one panel high.

Editor Adjustments

  • Stairs can be rotated to any cardinal direction by dragging the round rotation handle

Item Properties

Entity Cost: 13

  • Start Deployed
    • If checked, the Stairs will start in the deployed position when the level begins

Connections

  • If "Start Deployed" is checked, an active connection will deploy the stairs to upright position
  • If "Start Deployed" is not checked, an active connection will reduce the stairs to the flattened position