Download the SpeedBuilder.zip file from the home page by clicking the Download Addon button.
Extract the .mcaddon file from the .zip file. (You can you simply open the .zip file and drag and drop the file into a new location.)
Open Minecraft Bedrock Edition and allow the game to reach the main menu screen.
With Minecraft open, navigate to the Speedbuilder.mcaddon file and double click it to start the import.
A message should appear at the top of the Minecraft window indicating the import as begun and finished.
Open the settings for an existing world or create a new one.
In the settings:
Turn on Experimental Gameplay (This allows the use of the UI for Speed Builder)
Under resource and behavior packs activate the SpeedBuilder item for each.
Now you are ready to enter the world and start using Speed Builder!
To access Speed Builder while in game you will need to give yourself two tools via the /give command:
/give @s speedbuilder:sb_item
/give @s speedbuilder:sb_options_item
In order the adjust the settings for how SpeedBuilder behaves you will need to use the Options Item (Blue SB). Simply right click (the use button) to activate the item and launch the UI.
By default Speed Builder will spawn the block in-front of the players face. The distance from head setting will allow you to place it at an adjustable distance.
To adjust the size of your block blush first select the direction you would like to edit: width, height, length.
Use the number buttons to adjust the value that is displayed at the bottom of this area.
Use the (-,+) to cycle between block categories and blocks. By default the block selected here will change what block is placed when using the build item. If the 'Set Block 2 Replace' button is active the block that is being replaced is set here instead. Adding blocks to this list is planned to happen soon. Check back for updates.
These buttons will update the word used in the fill command. The block 2 replace button allows the fill block selection to instead set the block that is replaced by the selected fill block.
To learn more about the different fill word available in minecraft check out this page
Be sure to click Submit to apply the settings that you have changed!
Now that you have your brush set the way you want, you can switch to the sb_item and use it to place your blocks! We reoccomend playing around in a blank world to get the hang of things!
This is something we would like to look into soon but it is a low priority behind adding more useful features.