How to "Mod" Your Roblox GUI and Textures!

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If you are like me, (which I know you are), you like to mod video games! You can mod your Roblox textures to make your GUI just how you want it! I made mine gray and black.

***WARNING***  ---  THIS CAN SCREW UP YOUR GAME IF YOU DON'T DO THIS RIGHT!MAKE A BACKUP COPY OF ALL OF YOU TEXTURES!!!  ---  ***WARNING***

Step 1: Find the File!


    If you have Windows 7: Just push Start and then type "Roblox" in. When the Roblox.exe appears, right-click and select "Open File Location". Go to [Roblox File Location]>content>textures.

    If you have other Windows OS's: Locate your Roblox.exe file and then go to [Roblox File Location]>content>textures.

Step 2: Edit the Files!

I used Gimp! Edit the pictures to how you want them! I made mine black and gray to make the UI seem less toy-ish. MAKE SURE THE BACKGROUNDS ARE TRANSPARENT!

Step 3: Launch Roblox!

Launch Roblox and it should have changed!

THANKS FOR READING

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    tdmdylan

    Question 8 months ago

    Question! do people online (other players) see the same texture? i asked someone about it, they said no.

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    RishikP

    3 years ago

    how does it work?

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    LITTLEski

    5 years ago

    I knew how to do this before I saw this instructable and I know how to do it in 2013 I might post an instructable on how to do it more in depth

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    coolo52

    6 years ago on Introduction

    i found the file but dnt know how to open the textures pls help

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    The3rdPunch

    7 years ago on Introduction

    in the newer version of ROBLOX, you will have to find where it says "play ROBLOX when you type it in.

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    pliuo

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I cant open the roblox file can you post a little more in depth instructions on how to

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    gvb

    8 years ago on Step 3

    Cool and awsome but i didnt try it yet