Hello, I’m working on this button system that involves 2 player simultaneously stepping on 2 separate buttons to activate. I want the buttons to be active while the player is standing on them, and de-activate if a player steps off.
My first thought was to use TouchEnded(), when the touch event is fired it sets a BoolValue Object to true, to represent that the button is currently active. Here is the code for that:
button1.Button.Touched:Connect(function(hitObj) if hitObj.Parent:FindFirstChild("Humanoid") then if activated1.Value == false then activated1.Value = true -- these 'activated' variables contain BoolValues for both of the buttons in the system elseif activated1.Value == true and activated2.Value == true then openDoor() end end end) button1.Button.TouchEnded:Connect(function(hitObj) if hitObj.Parent:FindFirstChild("Humanoid") then if activated1.Value == true then activated1.Value = false end end end)
My issue: With Roblox’s default TouchEnded() event, it seems to glitch. When the player moves on the button, it ‘flickers’ the BoolValue (switches between true and false). It is possible for the player to stop moving on the button and it will stay activated. But of course, its inefficient to have the player stop on it. (and it doesn’t work 100% of the time).
What I’m looking for: Either a fix to my code (could be user error lol) or a different method / approach to this? I want the player to be able to stand on it and move around the button and until they step off/away from the button it should stay activated.