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This method returns an event that behaves exactly like the Changed event, except that the event only fires when the given property changes. It’s generally a good idea to use this method instead of a connection to Changed with a function that checks the property name. Subsequent calls to this method on the same object with the same property name return the same event.

print(object:GetPropertyChangedSignal("Name") == object:GetPropertyChangedSignal("Name")) --> always true

ValueBase objects, such as IntValue and StringValue, use a modified Changed event that fires with the contents of the Value property. As such, this method provides a way to detect changes in other properties of those objects. For example, to detect changes in the Name property of an IntValue, use IntValue:GetPropertyChangedSignal("Name"):Connect(someFunc) since the Changed event of IntValue objects only detect changes on the Value property.


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Code Samples

Old-to-New Values with Changed

This code sample demonstrates how to save a value before a changed event fires on it in order to get more information about a change.

local part = Instance.new("Part")

-- Save the current state
local currentColor = part.BrickColor

local function onBrickColorChanged()
	local newColor = part.BrickColor
	print("Color changed from " .. currentColor.Name .. " to " .. newColor.Name)
	currentColor = newColor

-- Make some changes
part.BrickColor = BrickColor.new("Really red")
part.BrickColor = BrickColor.new("Really blue")

Changed and GetPropertyChangedSignal

This code sample demonstrates the equivalence of the Changed event and event returned by GetPropertyChangedSignal.

local part = Instance.new("Part")

local function onBrickColorChanged()
	print("My color is now " .. part.BrickColor.Name)

-- Manual detection of a property change
local function onChanged(property)
	if property == "BrickColor" then

-- Connect both events

-- Trigger some changes (because we connected twice,
-- both of these will cause two calls to onBrickColorChanged)
part.BrickColor = BrickColor.new("Really red")
part.BrickColor = BrickColor.new("Institutional white")