Hi all Unities,
Hey sorry I cannot understand for how to use the "Editor script" when I try to add it to an object it return a message saying "To attach a script it needs to be outside the 'Editor' folder" so how should I make this work? These example are source from AngryAnt, Itween I wondering how could I use these? Could any one please show me the way?
Please don't format your question as code, except where it is code.
I am sorry I see a box then I just type in but how should I not?
There is a button like 0110 or something. Don't hit that. It will format the current text selection as code. You can edit your post to clean that up if you like.
I did not hit that or any button at all, look I did some thing weird oh I don't know how is this work.....
Answer by DaveA
Jan 19, 2011 at 03:51 PM
You don't add it to an object. Create a folder called Editor in your Assets folder, and put editor scripts in there. If they compile, their UI will auto-incorporate to the editor's UI
Thanks mate very appreciated this.
Answer by Helical
Apr 13, 2014 at 11:17 PM
will auto-incorporate to the editor's UI??
what exactly does this mean, I'm trying and nothing happens, I have made a cool something and want to add a component to it which will have all the documentation it needs.
He means it should show up in the user interface in unity automatically, assuming the code is correct.
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