I want to make a gui for a “Kill all players for 3 minutes” and have a countdown in the script. The more you buy it, it always adds 3 minutes/180 seconds. I used cloning guis into player guis to add the gui, but everytime the product is bought, it clones ANOTHER gui. So what I did was add an if statement where if a clone already exists, it callsback to a function, and same thing for the else part.
I want to make it return what the textLabel is.(If it clones a gui, it makes a textLabel and makes a textLabel variable for that, and if there already was a clone, it just makes the already existing clone’s textLabel as the textLabel variable.)
So my question is, can I use the parameter/parantheses to give the variable?
local function textLabelGui(textLabel) sGdgSDDSfDF zdhgdfgxdzg end if clone then local textLabel = clone.TextLabel textLabelGui(textLabel)--------------I want to know if I can return textLabel to the function above elseif not clone then local guiClone = gui:Clone() guiClone.Name "guiClone" guiClone.Parent = player.PlayerGui local textLabel = guiClone.TextLabel textLabelGui(textLabel)--------------I want to know if I can return textLabel to the function above end