How would I save it as a .rbxm file instead of an .lua file?
and yes it is stored in the plugin script.
Place the script in a folder then save the folder. Remember to delete the .lua one!
Quick question: Save to Roblox or Save to File?
user_ suggests you saved it as a Local Plugin
alright. i will test this to see if it works.
Can you show the script of the plugin?
Maybe its because your using a lua file, and it can’t get the GUI.
i saved it as a rbxm file even with the screen gui, script, folder, etc. but it didn’t work
Did you save it like this?
yes i did am i suppose to do all or just the folder? i did all. didn’t work.
Only select the folder, selecting all of them would have made it save like this instead.
Also i’m saving the folder as an rbxm folder as a local plugin. Is that wrong?
no, that should be right
Could you toggle Plugin Debugging Enabled in your studio settings? It should show a service called PluginDebugService after, which is where all the local plugins themselves will be. Then review the hierarchy of this plugin to see if anything looks off.
Is there something wrong with this or no?
Well I don’t see anything wrong with the code provided, along with that hierarchy. Do the errors still show up in output?
No. Also the output just says attempt to index nil with CreateToolbar tho i just think it happens with plugin scripts commonly. (If you look back at the code it doesn’t run anymore if is a rbxm file only just that one error, also the plugin doesn’t appear in the toolbar.)
That doesn’t make sense, that would mean the plugin itself doesn’t exist. What’s the stack trace of that error?
Nevermind the error appeared before but the plugin actually doesn’t exist anymore. Strange enough.