Hi friends time once again for our top #UnityTips picks. This is an excellent opportunity for you to take a break from the grind and learn something new about Unity. These tips are sure to make your development life easier. Enjoy!!
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#unitytips Doing #procgen? I used to think, "Make a parametric structure; randomize it. Done." Now I think you've got to be a artisanal about your probability. Use a gaussian so many things are normal and few things are odd. Choose your colors relative to one another. pic.twitter.com/yXxnCflAJf— Shane Celis (@shanecelis) October 30, 2019
#Unitytips Do you know that problem when your button text child object does not follow the highlight of the button?— Binary Impact (@BinaryImpactG) November 5, 2019
A few lines of code can change that. Just attach a script like this to the text object.#gamedev #ui #indiedev #coding pic.twitter.com/8XqqdnA1mH
Use audiosource.PlayOneShot() instead https://t.co/82fJtNy34D() if you want to play different sounds with the same audiosource without cutting each other off.— JfranMora (@JfranMora) November 5, 2019
You can specify volume intensity.
It's very useful for sound effects!#unitytipshttps://t.co/LHealzFBg5
You don't need to create a new Yield Instruction each frame in Coroutines, instead you can just declare it first. It's cleaner and it helps you allocate less Garbage!#UnityTips pic.twitter.com/K0R7m4zYAd— Juan Jiménez (@_WhoOne_) November 5, 2019
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