Starting it up
Open Roblox Studio. Then click on the blank paper button in your toolbar. That will open up a new place. Editing a place in Roblox Studio is a lot easier than editing a place in “Play Solo”. You can move your camera freely in Roblox Studio while you need to get past obstacles in “Play Solo”.
1. Go to insert in your toolbar and select Object… “Model”.
2a. Click the insert button on the grey toolbar and click on any brick. It should currently be named “Smooth Block Model”.
2b. (Optional). Now make the brick a 5x1x5, or any other reasonable length, width, or height. If you want to make the brick a step-on, I’d sugguest the size to be 3 or less.
3.In Explorer, drag the brick and put it in Model. Once you’ve done that, rename name the “Smooth Block Model” brick “Head”. Spelling and captilzation needs to be correct when spelling Head.
4.Now go to Insert in the toolbar and select Object. Select Humanoid or type in “Humanoid”. Spelling and capitalization needs to be correct for that too. Now using Explorer, drag the humanoid into Model. Note: if you have “Head” selected while looking for “Humanoid”, you won’t find it. Click “Model” once, then look in Insert/Object for Humanoid.
Script to change words
If you want the brick to say (for example) “Hi!” *waits* “What’s your name?” *waits* “Me too!” *waits* Then insert this script into the head or torso.
while true do script.Parent.Parent.Name = "Insert text 1 here." -- Change my text to your text. wait(1) -- Change the time in between changing from the current text to the next text. script.Parent.Parent.Name = "Insert text 2 here." -- Change my text to your text. wait(1) -- Change the time in between changing from the current text to the next text. --If you want it to have more text looping, copy the script.Parent.Parent.Name = "..." and the wait() lines. --Then change to your prefernce. end
And there you go! You have now put text into your brick with a script.