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I have a build in progress and it contains things like gates, big doors and other redstone related stuff. I was interested in making it so that only one gate/door can be closed at one time, and when another one is closed the first one will be automatically opened.

Is it possible to build something that works like that or similiar?

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    I assume your gates have two buttons, a close one and an open one, yes? Since your case is only one closed, make it so the button to close is attached to every other opening circuit of all of the other doors; If they are open, they'll keep open and if they are closed, they will keep closed. If your doors aren't a two option like I mentioned, I'd have to see how they work for a better answer i guess.
    – BunnyMerz
    Commented Sep 1, 2022 at 17:39
  • If there are only 2 gates, you could make a simple NOT gate using a sticky piston and a redstone block. Then you could just control it with a lever, if it's off, the NOT gate will power the opening circuit of gate 1, if it's on, the lever will shut off the NOT gate's power and also power the opening circuit of gates. Commented Sep 22, 2022 at 21:39

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Block Key: Red block=redstone block, grey block with brown and green=sticky piston red line= redstone dust, brown rectangle with grey thing= door.

Now if you activate the sticky piston, door A will open and door B will close. notice that you don't have to connect doors to it. you can use any redstone device.

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    – One 2 Many
    Commented Sep 27, 2022 at 2:53

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