So I’m sure a lot of you are familiar with the concept of bridging. For those that aren’t, it’s practically just the act of moving over gaps of void by placing blocks underneath you, very simple concept. There’s different forms of bridging, not all of them legit. Ranging from the classic shifting while placing blocks all the way to “god bridging” (which you need a client to do for long stretches of time), bridging is a technique that has evolved and changed over the years. One popular form of bridging is known by a couple names. Whether you know it by jitter bridging, bleeple, or onestacking, it’s the process of jumping while clicking pretty fast, so that you can place blocks underneath you without having to shift. The point is, it’s pretty fast. However, whenever attempted on Mineplex, I get GWENed for cheat detection. Can this be fixed? Since it’s not hacks, it shouldn’t really be kickable.