Here is my script, Please help me!
--Variables local plr = game.Players.LocalPlayer local cash = script.Parent.Cash.Value local show = script.Parent --Script while (1) do show.Text = cash print(cash) wait(0.1) end
Actually, this script works fine. May not be the most efficient, but let's be honest, we all did that once. Although the **while wait(1)* and then the wait(0.1) seems a bit odd. while wait(1.1) will do the same. New thought: Did you make sure the script is inside a label or textbox?
At the time you define cash, you're explicitly setting it to the Cash's value - it won't update if the value updates, it'll stay at the value it got at that time.
Let's assume cash has a value of 5 when you define it, but it increments - that variable still has a value of 5. In order to overcome this, remove
.Value from line 3, and on line 8, in your while loop, change it to:
show.Text = cash.Value
I hope that helped!
What you are doing will never work so instead do this
local plr = game.Players.LocalPlayer local cash = script.Parent.Cash.Value local show = script.Parent script.Parent.Cash.Changed:connect(function() show.Text = cash print(cash) wait(0.1) end)
Thx so much it worked!