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How do I reference objects that have abnormal names? [closed]

Asked by 3 years ago

I have a part in Workspace and the name is "This is my brick". Whenever I use the code:

Workspace.This is my brick.Transparency = 1

it gives me an error. How can I edit objects with spaces or other strange characters in the name?

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Answered by
Everesty 976
3 years ago

There are a few methods of doing this.

The short way is to do something like this: game.Workspace["Object Name"].Transparency = 1. It's kinda like how a table works.

Another way is to use the FindFirstChild method.

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Answered by 3 years ago

Here is the true thing to do

game.Workspace["This is my brick"].Transparency = 1

Please note: After workspace I did not put a dot.

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Answered by
Mr1Vgy 10
3 years ago

I do this game.Workspace["This is my brick"].Transparency = 1

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Keanu73 95
3 years ago

Use a specific name like "Brick". Or it might work by putting [""] around it, and it could be like this: game.Workspace.["This is my brick"].Transparency = 1 I don't know if it works, if it does, your problem is solved. If not, use a name like "Brick".

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Answered by 3 years ago

The problem is the spaces.. Lua doesn't really like spaces in it's names. Try renaming the part without spaces. You could name it Timb (All the 1st letters of each word)

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