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I'm making a map where I want to destroy a building when it finishes researching a certain ability.

How do I create a trigger that accomplishes this?

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If starcraft editor questions are allowed (and it seems to be) that is a perfectly valid question. Perhaps the downvoters could explain a bit what is wrong? – petervaz Jan 18 '13 at 13:47
Putting starcraft or starcraft 2 in the tittle could help, i'm guessing the downvoters didn't see the tags. – José Ignacio Jan 18 '13 at 18:03
He's excluding a big part of the people who could help him from the potential answerers group. Unless there's no scripting in a known language involved here, my -1 stays. However, if it's only an editor without any programming, then I'll remove it, sorry. – jcora Jan 18 '13 at 21:01
@Yann Every question excludes potential answerers simply by existing. I can't make sense of the rest of your comment explaining why you voted down. – Anko Jan 19 '13 at 10:16
@Anko, a question that excludes people who can answer it isn't really a good question. I gave the -1 because I thought he used a familiar language for scripting, yet didn't provide any details. I was wrong, so I removed the -1, end of story. – jcora Jan 19 '13 at 13:50

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