[ARCHIVED] BORDERLESS Webinar Q&A #2 - MAR 1 2019 “Introducing BORDERLESS”
Learn more about BORDERLESS: https://blog.blockcollider.org/welcome-to-block-colliders-borderless-aff2ea5edffc
The questions below are kept for historical record.
Post your questions from the webinar here! Arjun will be going through this forum after the walkthrough.
If you see a question someone else posted that you’d like answered, give it a “like” and that will bubble it up to Arjun and the team!