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Is there anyway you can make a dance floor using SurfaceGUIs, if so, how?

Making a game that needs a dance floor. I have no clue how to script that using SurfaceGUIs. The base block color is black, but I don't know how to make it random colors. Any tips/help?

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Yes, there are also much simpler ways to do it. If you do something to the effect of wait(time) and then a line that changes the color property of the brick and repeat it until you feel satisfied with how many times it changes colors.

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But how would I do that with a SurfaceGUI? Pawsability 65 — 7y
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You would have to make it an animated GUI, which starts going into much more complicated scripting and values and things that I would normally explain, but as I already said, I'm cramming like crazy and really wish I could help you more. Any particular reason why you want to do it with surface GUIs instead of a normal script? areiydenfan00 115 — 7y
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Just put it in a basic script, why use a surfacegui?

for i=1,10 do

wait(2)

game.Workspace.Part.BrickColor = BrickColor.Random()


end

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SurfaceGUIs color comes out better and blocks. Pawsability 65 — 7y
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for i=1,10 do
wait(1) -- *Change the number to whatever you want*
game.Workspace.Part.BrickColor = BrickColor.Random()
end

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wow someone already posted :P NinjoOnline 1147 — 7y