is there a way in the editor, or in code, to change multiple lights at once? As i have a scene with quite a few points/spot lights and adjusting them one by one is a bit tedious.
What kind of updating are you looking for?
sorry, should have mentioned. changing the colour, intensity and range.
Answer by skovacs1
Nov 01, 2010 at 03:05 PM
If you were to create 1 or more prefabs for your lights and instantiate your lights as instances of the aforementioned prefabs, assuming that you do not overwrite them locally or break the link to the prefabs, tuning the settings on the prefabs should change the settings on all of the instances of the adjusted prefabs.
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