I doubt they’ll even be able to trace the original account that created the .rbxl to ban it. Also, they definitely won’t. There’s been some nasty .rbxl files roaming around exploit forums and they’re still up for download and local use. Roblox can’t do anything about that, as long as you don’t publish it.
The author of the script is written in the program code of the file…
Oh. I did not know that. Use an alt I guess.
I think those functions are only for published assets in the toolbox which would mean everyone can just grab it without needing to edit a single script.
it is not necessary to publish the code for everyone, it will download even those that are hidden. ^-^
The function: require()