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# Why won't hat button in GUI make hat stay on player?

Hi there, I am still working on a player customizer GUI, and I made a hat GUI for it. Well, it was all working perfectly until I can't remember what happened. It does work, yes, but not how I want it. You see, when you press a button, the hat goes on the player, but then disappears. Here's the script:

Player = script.Parent.Parent.Parent.Parent.Parent.Parent.Parent
Human = Player.Character

debounce = true

function onClicked(mouse)

if debounce == true then
debounce = false
Hat = Instance.new("Accessory")
Handle = Instance.new("Part")
Hat.Name = "Hatino"
Handle.Name = "Handle"
Handle.Parent = Hat
Handle.formFactor = 0
Handle.Size = Vector3.new(1,1,1)
Handle.TopSurface = 0
Handle.Locked = true
script.Parent.Mesh:clone().Parent = Handle
Hat.Parent = Human
Hat.AttachmentForward = script.Parent.AttachmentForward.Value
Hat.AttachmentPos = script.Parent.AttachmentPos.Value
Hat.AttachmentRight = script.Parent.AttachmentRight.Value
Hat.AttachmentUp = script.Parent.AttachmentUp.Value
wait(1)
debounce = true
end

end
script.Parent.MouseButton1Click:connect(onClicked)


Keep in mind that it is in StarterGUI and that it does work but disappears the next second. It's also in a normal script, not local, but I tried making it in local and had the same outcome.

Thank you!

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First want to mention that the script.Parent.Parent..... can easily be replaced with game.Players.LocalPlayer if you're using a Localscript, however can you try Humanoid:AddAccessory instead of setting the attachment manually? FloweryMonkeyboy5 1089 — 6mo
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Instead of parenting the hat to human, try parenting the hat to "humanoid" Oh. And you need to have a game:getservice("Players") ffancyaxax12 181 — 6mo
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Thanks guys, I'll try this out! PadmeOragana 41 — 6mo
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Hi, I tried the "game.Players.LocalPlayer" but it didn't work, the hat didn't even show. PadmeOragana 41 — 6mo