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    Using the Bind attribute, you can associate a Lua variable with a UI element, such as a text label, image, button, or input field. This feature enables you to synchronize data between your Lua script and the UI elements in your game, creating dynamic and interactive user interfaces.

    How to Bind UI Elements

    To bind a UI element to a Lua variable, you need to use the Bind attribute followed by the variable declaration. This attribute tells the Studio Editor to display the variable in the Inspector panel and link it to the specified UI element.

    Here's an example of binding a UI element to a Lua variable:

    local myLabel : UILabel = nil
    myLabel:SetPrelocalizedText("I am a UILabel")

    In this example, myLabel is a Lua variable bound to a UILabel UI element. By adding the Bind attribute before the variable declaration, you can link myLabel to the UILabel UI element in the Inspector panel.

    The myLabel variables must match the type of the UI element you want to bind. For example, if you want to bind a text label, you should use the UILabel type. Similarly, for an image, you should use the UIImage type.

    <hr:UILuaView class="my-ui" picking-mode="Ignore">
        <hr:UILabel name="myLabel" picking-mode="Ignore">

    In this example you can see the UILabel element with the name myLabel that is bound to the myLabel variable in the Lua script.


    By using the Bind attribute, you can establish a connection between Lua variables and UI elements in your game. This feature simplifies the process of managing and updating UI elements, enabling you to create dynamic and interactive user interfaces that enhance the player experience.

    Updated 17 days ago

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