Ally Whitefalcon Posted July 2, 2019 Share Posted July 2, 2019 I'm curious how bad certain things are to do in scripts, and what to avoid in order to not be a Bad Script. I'm no software engineer, so maybe some things that are obvious to programmers aren't so obvious to me. Do scripts run on the server or on people's viewers? How does one tell how much a given script is contributing to, idk, lag or script load, or whatever? Say I want to write a script (yeah, I'm sure one exists somewhere already, maybe I should just find one) to make a lamp flicker a bit, as if it's a candle. That means (I think) a timer firing a lot - maybe a few times a second? Is that too much? Will that make it a Bad Script? Is there a way to measure the load a given script is putting on the system? Thanks 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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