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# What is a script for that makes you touch something and it dissapears?

And once the player who touches it leaves, it regens? Example: You eat something. I touch it, and it goes away. When I leave about 5-10 inches (or feet, if I'm wrong), it comes back. Anyone know?

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You can figure out the 5-10 inches thing yourself, but roblox isn't measured in inches, it's studs. Also, here's how to make it regen:

Put a copy of it in lighting, and make this script inside it, and the copy:

local timebr =10 -- time before it regens

script.Parent.Touched:connect(function(hit)
if hit.Parent:findFirstChild("Humanoid") then
for i,v in pairs(script.Parent:GetChildren()) do
if v:IsA("Part") or v:IsA("WedgePart") or v:IsA("CornerWedgePart") then
coroutine:wrap(function()
for i = 1,10 do
v.Transparency = v.Transparency+.1
wait(.1)
end
end)()
end
end
v:Destroy()
wait(timebr)
game.Lighting.Model:Clone().Parent = workspace -- change model to the name of the clone
end
end)


What this would do, if you changed model to the name of the model in lighting, where the second comment is, would be:

When it's touched, check if it's a player, and if so, make a cool animation (dissapearing moderately fast) then destroy it, wait how many seconds you changed timebr to, then regenerate it.

I know this isn't exactly what you wanted, but please accept this answer, because I wrote this code off the top of my head, without any help, and we both get 1 credit, so win-win?