Easy Buttons by madsbangh - 2

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Add buttons to your inspector in Unity super easily with this simple attribute

Unknown VersionMIT LicenseUpdated 146 days agoCreated on March 8th, 2017
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Easy buttons for the Unity default inspector

These tiny scripts add the ability to quickly show a button in the inspector for any zero-argument method.

How to use

Install via Git URL

Project supports Unity Package Manager. To install the project as a Git package do the following:

  1. Close the Unity project and open the Packages/manifest.json file.
  2. Update dependencies to have com.madsbangh.easybuttons package:
    {
      "dependencies": {
        "com.madsbangh.easybuttons": "https://github.com/madsbangh/EasyButtons.git#upm"
      }
    }
    
  3. Open Unity project.

Add to project Assets

Alternatively you can add the code directly to the project:

  1. Clone the repo or download the latest release
  2. Add the EasyButtons folder to your Unity project or import the .unitypackage

Use the Button attribute

  1. Add the Button attribute to a method

    Code example

  2. You should now see a button at the top of the component with the same name as the method

    Button in the inspector

    Result

Notes

  • As mentioned in Issue #4 custom editors don’t play well with EasyButtons. As a workaround you can Inherit from ObjectEditor instead of Editor, or manually draw the buttons using extension DrawEasyButtons method.
  • Older versions of Unity might not understand the reference to EasyButtons runtime in tbe EasyButtons editor assembly definition. If you experience issues, you can re-add the reference, or remove the asmdefs completely.
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