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  • Use this as a guide

    maybe just rewrite the script but honestly it should still work fine for what it looks like your trying to do 

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  • hi Julie eguiluz

    as i see you are trying to make a script when user clicked the object disable and when he click again the same project enabled.

    you can always play tricks with 0 coding  using behavior script

    1 : lest duplicate 2 images and make the alpha to 0

    : on the both images use a touch input
    enable the first image and disable the second image

    now in the first image add a behavior script and make the setting on tap event
    and the respond make set enable 
    the target will many so you will have to copy the script 3 times

    the fist target disable the image1 
    the second target enable the  imagee
    3rd target enable the project you want

    do the same things to the image2 
    but this time disable image 2 and the object target
    and enable the image one

    this is an example project 
    just click on screen to enable and disable the sphere on any thing you want

    i notice you said the word ( change by tap )
    if you mean to tap and change between many objects
    use this script its working fine

    // -----JS CODE-----
    // @input SceneObject[] obj

    var count = 0;
    script.obj[0].enabled = true ;

    for (var i = 1;i < script.obj.length; i++)

    script.obj[i].enabled = false ;


    function onTapped(eventData)
    for (var i = 0;i < script.obj.length; i++)
    if (count == i)
    script.obj[i].enabled = true ;
    else {
    script.obj[i].enabled = false ;

    if (count == script.obj.length)
    count = 0;
    script.obj[0].enabled = true;


    var event = script.createEvent("TapEvent");


    i hope that helped 



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