With this feature of Badlion Client, you can change the size and position of GUI mods. You can also lock GUI mods together through the GUI editor. Click here to check the mod locking article.
In this tutorial, you will find information about:
- Where to find the GUI editor
- Regular Badlion Client version
- Badlion Client Lite
- How to change the position of GUI mods
- How to change the size of GUI mods
- Other GUI editor features
- Commonly reported problems and how to solve them
Where to find the GUI editor?
Regular Badlion Client version
Press the ESC key on your keyboard and click the “Mods” button to open Badlion Client settings.
- Click the pencil icon at the top part of the menu. It is highlighted in the screenshot below.
Badlion Client Lite
We changed the GUI editor mechanics on BLC Lite. It allows players to edit mods' positions directly from the mods menu.
The GUI editor button has been moved to the bottom left of the mods menu.
How to change the position of GUI mods?
Firstly, you need to enable GUI mods. Once you have enabled GUI mods, open the GUI editor.
GUI mods are mods that you can see on your screen, such as FPS, CPS, Keystrokes, etc.
Changing the position of GUI mods:
There are two methods of changing the position:
Method #1: move your mouse cursor on a mod and click & hold the mouse button 1 (left mouse button), then move your mouse cursor. Once you have moved a mod, you can release the left mouse button.
If you want to change the position of multiple GUI mods at once, you need to use the mod locking feature.
Method #2: if you want to move GUI mods with precision, move your mouse cursor on a mod and click on it with the left mouse button. Once you have selected a mod, press the arrow keys on your keyboard to move it. This method works with more than one GUI mod selected.
How to change the size of GUI mods?
Changing the size of GUI mods:
Every GUI mod has four squares at the corners; click on one of those white squares with the mouse button 1 (left mouse button), hold & drag it.
If you want to change the size of multiple GUI mods at once, you need to use the mod locking feature.
Other GUI editor features
Mod Snapping - if this feature is enabled, GUI mods lock onto the grid lines. It allows you to align mods easier.
The “Help” button – once you click on it, it shows a small tutorial on how to move GUI mods. To close it, click anywhere on your screen.
The “Reset defaults” button – once you click on it twice, all your GUI mods will reset their GUI configurations. This feature is helpful if your GUI mods get glitched or are no longer visible (if you get an issue like this, report it to our staff on the forums).
Commonly reported problems
The most common problem is related to the “GUI Debug” feature. If it is enabled, it shows the GUI editor like this:
Most people have reported this feature as a bug, but it’s a feature meant for developers. It can be disabled by toggling the “GUI Debug” switch in Badlion Client graphics settings.