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  1. Currently, ROBLOX doesn't have a feature of detecting if the player is on either a tablet or phone yet. ROBLOX only can detect if the player is on a touch device. I found out a way to detect if the player is either in a tablet or phone. First off, go to ROBLOX Studio and insert a ScreenGui with a TextLabel in it. Change the size of the TextLabel to {0, 667},{0, 375}. The reason why we're doing that size is that it's the size of the biggest phone. Make the TextLabel BackgroundTransparency to 1, and change the TextSize to 100. This is what it should look like: Now, type in someth
  2. Hello! I realized that remote events are hard for some people, and I wanted to clear the air that remote events are pretty easy! What are remote events? Games with Filtering Enabled, don't have access to a lot of things on the client side, so we have to use remote events to tell the server when to do something, like change a name of a text button! If you want more information, try checking out ROBLOX's article here First, let's create a remote event in replicated storage: Now, let's create a local script, and put it in StarterGui: In this script, you would
  3. Hello, fellow Hidden Developers. I am Samuel, a developer and a staff member of HD, and today I want to show the newer scripters how to teleport a player to another position within the game. Let's get started! First, you want to make sure you have a nice workspace to work in. If you don't know how, just open ROBLOX Studio and click baseplate. Next, you are going to create a Part. If you don't know how, go to the Model tab and click Part. Now, we are going to insert a script into this part by right clicking on the part in your explorer, selecting Insert, then sel
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