MistressNocturne

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  1. I'm having this same problem as well! If I make a copy of a hud before hand, I at least still have a working copy I can use later. I've done everything, recompliked scripts, reset them, etc. They seem to work, but I cannot click them at all for some weird reason. Someone has to have an answer for this.
  2. THANK YOU c:. Thank you so much. now I won't be blinded 24/7
  3. Just one small question, how do you get the light to turn off as well? Sorry for asking so much >.<
  4. Thank you everyone for helping . About the timing thing, I'm just learning how to script, and the script had it set to 0.2 when I got it.
  5. float red=1.0;float green=0.0;float blue=0.0;vector startColor = <red, green, blue>;vector endColor = <red, green, blue>;default{ state_entry() { llSetTimerEvent(0.2); } timer() { if(red >= 1.0) { if (blue > 0.1) {blue = blue - 0.1;} else {green = green + 0.1;} } if(green >= 1.0) { if (red > 0.1) {red = red - 0.1;} else {blue = blue + 0.1;} } if(blue >= 1.0) { if (green > 0.1) {green = green - 0.1;} else {red = red + 0.1;} } startColor = <red, green, blue>; endColor = <red, green, blue>; llSetPrimitiveParams([PRIM_POINT_LIGHT,TRUE, <red,green,blue>, // light color vector range: 0.0-1.0 *3 1.0, // intensity (0.0-1.0) 20.0, // radius (.1-10.0) 0.0 ]); // falloff (.01-1.0) llSetLinkColor(LINK_SET, <red,green,blue>, ALL_SIDES); llSetTimerEvent(0.2); }} Its called Rainbow lights. I want to a way to put an on and off option on it so it isn't on forever.