For those who are having trouble learning TS, I strongly recommend that you study the basics of c ++ and then study TorqueScript. Once you know the basics of both, I recommend practicing TS using the GUI Editor and Torsion as you will find simple solutions when creating a GUI.
To learn, I recommend that you study the full template code using Torsion Find in Files (and Look in: Project) and then look for what you didn't understand (in the Torque3D documentation or ask here in the Forum).
I also recommend that as you learn something new, you should try to show others how to solve their problems as well. Then you will create a learning network ... I have a saying, "The best way to learn is to teach." I will create a basic guide on how to learn to work with Torque3D.