Hi! So I have a music playlist, in Workspace, and a GUI with a TextLabel in StarterGUI. In the music playlist script, I added some code attempting to make the TextLabel state what song was playing when it started to play. It worked for the first song, but not any song after. I also noticed that only when using the admin command ;refresh in HDAdmin, did the TextLabel state what song was playing correctly. I don't understand why this is happening, as there is no output error, and the script looks correct. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!
song1 = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=4872114478" song2 = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=423031173" song3 = "http://www.roblox.com/asset/?id=4700827910" local music = Instance.new("Sound") music.Archivable = true local SONGPLAYING = game.StarterGui.SongGUI.Frame.TextLabel music.Parent = script.Parent music.Pitch = 1 music.Volume = 1 music.Looped = false music.Name = "Player" while (true) do --1-- wait(5) print 'Playing Sound 1' music.SoundId = song1 SONGPLAYING.Text = "Playing: Goodnight n Say So - Mashup " music:play() wait(130) --2-- print 'Playing Sound 2' music.SoundId = song2 SONGPLAYING.Text = "Playing: Doja Cat - Trauma" music:play() wait(130) --3-- print 'Playing Sound 3' music.SoundId = song3 SONGPLAYING.Text = "Playing: Doja cat - Cyber" music:play() wait(130) end
On line 7 , you had put
game.StarterGui . This wont work becuase it is not getting the player's Gui to do anything , its getting the Starter Gui , to do an action , and the starter Gui is there ui that is given to the player when they boot up the game
on line 7 you should The
PlayerGui rather than the
You can do this by getting the player like this :
local player = game.Players.LocalPlayer local playergui = player:WaitForChild("PlayerGui")---Located inside the player. I placed a Wait For Child because It may not always Load as Fast !
then on line 7 it should be
This Should work as its getting the UI From the Players UI :) !
Good day to you LiLFriks