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Changing a GUI in the PlayerGui Folder?

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Nickelz 37
1 year ago
Edited 1 year ago

I am trying to make a script that changes all players gui from the PlayerGui folder, I got a snippet of code out of another script but it is not working for me.

players = game.Players:GetChildren()
    for i=1, #players do
        players.PlayerGui.InformationGui.maintext.Text = "Example"

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Answered by 1 year ago
Edited 1 year ago


The Issue

The basic issue is that players is an array, so of course it is not going to work. I don't usually use this kind of loop when doing this kind of thing, I like to use pairs.


I would approach it like this:

for _,player in pairs(game.Players:GetChildren()) do
    player.PlayerGui.InformationGui.maintext.Text = "Example"

Or you could approach it like this (source):

local plrs=game.Players:GetPlayers()
for i=1,#plrs do
    output=plrs[i].PlayerGui.InformationGui.maintext.Text = "Example"


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