unitytips: Gist Importer

Using the Gist below you can easily import other Gists to your Unity project just copying the URL from browser: Code 400: Invalid request All Gists are imported to folder Assets/Gists
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unitytips: Changing the style of the Hierarchy Window Group Header

In my last #unitytips I demonstrated how you could create a visual header to any group of components on your hierarchy window using EditorApplication.hierarchyWindowItemOnGUI. Now I’m improving it allowing you to customize its style. To change the style, you just need to edit the values of the HierarchyWindowGroupHeaderSettings in the...
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unitytips: Hierarchy Window Group Header

You can create a visual header to any group of components on your hierarchy window using EditorApplication.hierarchyWindowItemOnGUI: Code 400: Invalid request Any GameObject with name that starts with “—” will be considered a group header
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Using Tesseract 4 with C#

Recently I built a small tool to read the text of thousands of images. A common technique to extract text from images is know as OCR (Optical character recognition) and the best implementation, that I Know, is called Tesseract. When a I started to build the tool, I used the...
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A Sorting Layer Debugger for Unity

While I was reading about 2D Sorting and Sorting Layers on Unity Manual I came up with the idea of creating a custom editor window to see which sorting layer the sprites on the scene are using. In the video above you can see the Sorting Layer Debugger been used...
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Unity3D ScenePreview inspector

I’m working in a new game prototype and in this process I was creating some experimental levels to test the mechanics, but by the name of scene I was having dificult to remember which mechanic the level was about and I had to open each level to discover that one...
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Testing js-dos

Recenlty I discovered the project Emscripten: Emscripten is an LLVM-to-JavaScript compiler. It takes LLVM bitcode - which can be generated from C/C++, using llvm-gcc (DragonEgg) or clang, or any other language that can be converted into LLVM - and compiles that into JavaScript, which can be run on the web...
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