Script wont read array

i have a class with 4 variables. Another script puts this class into an array. the game wont read the array unless i minimize the screen the click on the array in the editor. Is this a glitch in the engine or did i do something wrong. Everything is marked public.

this is the class script

#pragma strict

  public class ablities2 {

  public var name:String;
 
  public var pic:Texture2D;

  public var description:String;

  public var id:int;

  public var HaveAblity:boolean;

}

This is the script that reads the class and puts it into an array

In the update i try to see if it reads the array. I entered the values
in the inspector manually so i know ClassAbilties[0] exist but the script will not
read it unless i minimize the screen then click the array ClassAbilties in the inspector

public var RaceAbilties:ablities2[];

public var ClassAbilties:ablities2[];

public var PersonalityAbilties:ablities2[];

public var SpecialityAbilties:ablities2[];

public var Classes:Race_Combat_Class;

var SlashPicUnlocked:Texture2D;

var SlashPicLocked:Texture2D;

var Slot1:String;

var Slot2:String;

var Slot3:String;

var Slot4:String;

function Awake(){
Classes=transform.GetComponent(Race_Combat_Class);
ClassAbilties= new ablities2[5];

}


function Update() {


if(ClassAbilties[0]){
print("the program is reading this");
GiveSkillLine();
}
}



function GiveSkillLine(){

if(Classes.Warrior){

//ablity 1
	ClassAbilties[0].name="Leap Slash";
	ClassAbilties[0].description="Jump Above The Enemy And Slashes Down";
	if(ClassAbilties[0].HaveAblity){
	ClassAbilties[0].pic=SlashPicUnlocked;
	}else{
	ClassAbilties[0].pic=SlashPicLocked;
	}

//ablity 2	
	ClassAbilties[1].name="Double Slash";
	ClassAbilties[1].description="Slash The Enemy Twice";
	if(ClassAbilties[1].HaveAblity){
	ClassAbilties[1].pic=SlashPicUnlocked;
	}else{
	ClassAbilties[1].pic=SlashPicLocked;
	}
}

if(Classes.Lair){
//ablity 2	
	PersonalityAbilties[0].name="Lie";
	PersonalityAbilties[0].description="Lie to enemy    ";
	if(PersonalityAbilties[0].HaveAblity){
	PersonalityAbilties[0].pic=SlashPicUnlocked;
	}else{
	PersonalityAbilties[0].pic=SlashPicLocked;
	}


}
}

You need the class to serialize correctly, that means if it’s directly(drag and drop style) attached to a GameObject, you should derive(extend) from MonoBehaviour, if it’s not going to be directly attached to a GameObject, like you’re doing in your example, ScriptableObject is the way to go:

public class ablities2 extends ScriptableObject {
	public var name:String;
	public var pic:Texture2D;
	public var description:String;
	public var id:int;
	public var HaveAblity:boolean;
}

You may also want to look into using List’s instead of array’s as you can manipulate them in code with ease.

The Problem was line 25 of the second script ClassAbilties= new ablities2[5];. I dont Know why but it makes the array unreadable.I remove the line and it fix everything. If someoone can please tell me why this happens would love to know why thank you