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[Solved ] Someone who can help me.

Go to solution Solved by ๐Ÿ’ŽYue๐Ÿ’Ž,

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I have solved this problem, this is very painful because when this happens, motivation is lost and the project can go to hell.

The solution if this happens to you is the following. ย 

Remove the entity that has the script hooked up that shows the error, then put it back in and assign the script again and the problem is solved.

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Idk the only other thing I can think is maybe it has something to do with the script you're importing. Other than that maybe you can try putting your System:Print() line under the UpdateWorld() function also.

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I had a similar problem but I don't know if its the same as yours.

In my script I was assigning the screen width to a script variable ( Script.ScreenWidth = context:GetWidth() ).

In the Start function I would try and retrieve the screen width with Self.ScreenWidth and it would say it was nil value.

Even thou I had given it a value outside of the "start" function.ย 

I didn't investigate it too much as I have been playing with the LW beta. Maybe this is also the cause of your problem.ย 


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