Roblox Develop Library Decals is the name of the texture that is placed on one of the sides of the Part it is parented to. Apparently, there is another API similar to Decal named Texture. This one does the same thing as a Decal. The difference is that instead of making the decal bigger as the BasePart gets bigger, it duplicates the image as the Part gets bigger.
What is the usage of Roblox Develop Library Decals? When submitted, the decal has to be reviewed before it is available. You are able to create the decals by going to the tab named “Decals, which is located under the Develop section. Once you are there, you can use the “choose File” button in order to find the picture that you want to use. It will add the decal to your account the moment you click “Upload”. The thing called Decals are able to be used in the Roblox Studio and even some games like Welcome to Bloxburg that accept searching and copy and paste for decals, that is able to be used for pictures.
How to make the Decals? According to Roblox, Decals are regular images that players of Roblox are able to put on the bricks and the other objects in the platform. Aside from that, they are also similar to T-shirts in nearly every way, except you cannot wear them. In addition, they are able to be kept for your yourself or given away in the Public Domain.
How do you upload the Decal that you made? These steps are the steps to upload the Decal. First, create the image with the image editor program such as MS Paint. Second, save it to your desktop. Third, click on the Create tab that is located at the top of the page. Fourth, click on Decals in the left column. Fifth, click on Browse in order to find the newly created decal, that is on your desktop. Sixth, click OK. Seventh, type the name into the Decal Name box. Eighth, click Upload. Ninth, wait for the moderator to approve the decal.
This paragraph consists of the history of Roblox Develop Library Decals. Before May 2008, all the Roblxo users could only see the decals in the solo mode. In order to upload their own decals, they had to create the T-shirts and use image created by it. On May 14, 2008, the support for the user created Decals was announced by Matt Dusek. Now, Decals could be created easily with the thing called the Decal Builder and they had their own category in the Roblox Catalog. Apparently, Decals have been moved to the Develop section, as well as being moved from the Roblox Catalog to the Roblox Library.