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Moving a script from replicated storage to workspace activates it?

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TomsGames 225 Moderation Voter
7 years ago

http://www.roblox.com/Forum/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=126307091#126308843

That's basically the question... It's not activating!

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Scripting Helpers is not a place for you to ask people to help you on ROBLOX. The question needs to be posted here. Please edit your post. User#11893 186 — 7y

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adark 5467 Badge of Merit Moderation Voter Community Moderator
7 years ago

I don't understand exactly what you're trying to do, but the easiest way to force a script to run is to toggle its Disabled property to false and then to true.

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This is a model inside the camera, so it's all local. Does this change anything? Also the script goes into a local model. Toggling from disabled to enabled does not activate it seemingly. TomsGames 225 — 7y
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Fixxed it, won't explain how it's kind of complicated and ugly. Thanks though! TomsGames 225 — 7y
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Ah, that changes this completely. No script will run inside of a local part. To accomplish the welding, you're going to have to use a LocalScript, placed somewhere it will run, like the PlayerGui. adark 5467 — 7y
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Answered by
Emg14 10
6 years ago

On the forum, you can't do this: script.Disabled = false Since the script is not running, it won't the above line/. Just make another script that disabled the script:

local Script = put the location of script here
if cnditionbeforeitrunsthescript == trur then
Script.Disabled = false
end
--Just a seudo code generated by me > :]

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