"No, I wasn't looking for you."
Translation:Ne, tebe jsem nehledal.
Thanks for that resource link! There's just one confusing thing about the graphic I find, but it's not serious once one has read the rules. By showing it as "AUX < REFL < DAT < ACC < TO " a mathematically minded person might see "TO" in the strongest instead of the weakest position in the clitic ordering.
Oh sorry, I see that my question was not clearly worded. I meant, given the suggested answer, "tě" cannot be used in the place that has been given there to "tebe" because "tě" is a constant clitic and needs to follow the clitic ordering, so " Ne, tě jsem nehledal" does not work.