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Get Text with DayOfWeek

  • This can be done with dynamic text it shows the day of the week 

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  • I know about this but i don't want this.
    In dynamic text when its Monday its show Monday on final render sreen, but i don't want this.
    I want Just like we set in script - "when there is Monday then they show = Test1", "When there is Tuesday then they show = Test2".......
    In Final Result just imagine there is Tuesday then we get text in render screen = "Text2"

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  • Well if your good at scripting take a look at Lens studio API and then you got your answer

    I’ll see if I can make one for u when I got the time

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  • I never really took time to understand lens studio API but sorry man can't help you I'm stuck right now, I can only do HTML and a bit of JS, but ill be back ill take my time this week to learn ill put below where I'm stuck 



    //@input SceneObject DisplayMonday

    //@input SceneObject DisplayTuesday

    //@input SceneObject DisplayWednesday

    //@input SceneObject DisplayThursday

    //@input SceneObject DisplayFriday


    var currentDate = (new Date()).getDate();

    switch (currentDate) {

    case 0:

    document.getDayOfWeek('day-text') = 'Sunday Text';


    case 1:

    document.getDayOfWeek('day-text') = 'Monday Text';



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  • Yeah sure you will get your time and i also try this script

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