Hello! I’m currently trying to add a thumbnail to one of my modules on Roblox.
Currently the setup looks like this:
The module needs to be able to be required using
However, whenever I publish the model I end up with this:
Rather than this:
Does anyone have any ideas on how I could get round this? Thanks!
You could try putting the ModuleScript inside the Part.
(why would you want to add a thumbnail to it anyway)
Just tried this, the module is no longer able to be required if it’s inside of a part
I’m trying to add thumbnails because I’m working on a system that let’s people publish their custom maps for a project I’m working on.
As far as I know, I don’t really think there’s a way to publish a thumbnail with a MainModule. The best you can do is either leting people know what the model is about in the model description, or linking them to a YouTube video that showcases the model (if you’re willing to do it).
You can upload the MainModule as plugin then upload any image as the thumbnail.
That will do the job! Didn’t think about that.
This method may sound very strange but it works. You can put a Sky and set SkyboxFt to the image you want. I’m not sure how to explain it. Basically, if a Skybox is inside of a model, sometimes it acts as the thumbnail. I got: from doing so. I would recommend grouping it and then doing it separately.
Lol, you replied to him as soon as I posted this.
That timing hahaha
Anyway, this method is also good, although I’m gonna go with the other one. Thanks anyway!
No problem. I use this method for some of my models: https://www.roblox.com/library/4424324300/Kylo-Ren-s-Helmet (an example)