Proximity Prompt w/ UI

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  1. What do you want to achieve? Keep it simple and clear!
    I want it so when you hold E on the proximity prompt, the UI appears using the tween effect.

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    It does not work, and I don’t understand why.

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    I looked around, but this place is full of crap half the time.

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local GUI = game.Workspace.Part.ProximityPrompt
local ProximityPromptUI = script.Parent.ProximityPromptUI.ScreenGui

	script.Parent:TweenPosition(, 0,0.914, 0), "In", "Back",5)

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easing styles and directions dont use strings, they use enum

try it like this and let me know:

script.Parent:TweenPosition(, 0,0.914, 0), Enum.EasingDirection.In, Enum.EasingStyle.Back, 5)

and then what is the parent of script so we can fix the issue in the output? it seems like its searching for a screenGui inside a frame so let me know of that too

Does this involve the proximity prompt? that is half of it haha

the proximityprompt seems to be triggering fine, the issue is with the gui, what is the parent of the script?

does the proximity work within this script?


so your issue is here:

the parent of the script is already the ProximityPromptUi so you’re basically searching for the frame inside itself

and then inside the frame you are searchin for the screengui too, but the frame is inside the screengui not the other way around

if you would like to get the screengui then do this:

local ProximityPromptUI = script.Parent.Parent

and if you want the frame then thats just script.parent

hope it makes sense

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Thanks for your help! Much appreciated :slight_smile:

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