Stupid Uw U by Succyboi - 3


Stupid.UwU is a super easy to use library for Unity that enables you to make your scripts look as beautiful as ever WITHOUT having to write a custom editor.

Unknown VersionMIT LicenseUpdated 193 days agoCreated on July 14th, 2020
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Making GUI as easy as [Header()]!

First off…

What is UwU?

UwU is a super easy to use library for Unity that enables you to make your scripts look as beautiful as ever WITHOUT having to write a custom editor.

Why not use custom editors?

Custom editors are incredibly versatile but they usually require you to create an additional script or class, create serialized properties for all the fields you want to show, link it to your original script, etc. It can be a lot of hassle.

UwU is here to cut out the middle man. It attempts to make every script feel beautiful, without compromise and in half the time it would usually take.

How does UwU work?

UwU uses something called Attributes. Perhaps you’ve used one before in the form of putting [Header("")] above a variable to give it a title. UwU attempts to make all its featured GUI elements as easy to use as this.


UwU uses UnityEngine.GUI, UnityEngine.GUILayout, UnityEditor.EditorGUI, UnityEditor.EditorGUILayout and attempts to feature the most useful of their methods. The following methods are supported:

  • Seperating lines➖
  • Labels🔖
  • Titles (Same as [Header("")] but with more options)
  • Dropdowns🔽
  • HelpBoxes⬜
  • SetActives (Basically [HideInInspector] but dependant on a boolean in your script)
  • Foldouts🔽
  • Progress bars [█░░░ 25%]
  • Horizontal and Vertical groups
  • Buttons (And yes they can actually call functions) 🔴
  • A lorum ipsum generator and a dad joke generator 👨🏻
  • Some other tomfoolery…


    [Dropdown(new object[] { "Option 1", "Option 2", "Option 3", "Option 4", "Option 5" })]
    public string DropDown0 = "Option 1";

Image of a working dropdown


    public string helpbox1 = "Hey I'm a helpbox";
    [HelpBox(1, MessageType.Info)]
    public string helpbox2 = "I can show messages...";
    [HelpBox(1, MessageType.Warning)]
    public string helpbox3 = "Warnings...";
    [HelpBox(1, MessageType.Error)]
    public string helpbox4 = "And errors!";

Image of a helpbox

Foldout and Setactive

    public bool toggleMe = false;

    [SetActive("toggleMe"), HelpBox(1, MessageType.Error)]
    public string shrug = Funny.shrug;

Image of a working foldout connected to setactive

Button, Progressbar and Horizontal layout group

    [BeginHorizontal, Button("One")]
    public bool one;
    [EndHorizontal, Button("Two")]
    public bool two;

    [ProgressBar(0, 100)]
    public float progress;

Image of some buttons affecting a progress bar

Dad joke



How do I use UwU?

Simply download the unity package from the releases tab or copy the sourcecode directly from this repository and drag it into the Unity assets folder of your project. You can then write using Stupid.UwU; on the top of your script and start using attributes to make your scripts look beautiful. Try out some of the examples above and see the magic happen!

Does UwU affect in-editor performance?

No. UwU does not affect in-editor performance. However because we’re using attributes and attributes need to be compiled along with the script, the compile time may be slightly longer however this effect will only become noticable when you use +30 or so attributes.

Does UwU completely replace custom editors?

No. Although UwU is super easy to use it, because of the limitations of attributes, lacks in complexity. Once there is a demand for more complex custom inspectors UwU starts to become a less preferable alternative to writing your own custom inspector.

Is UwU build safe?

Yes! This is actually another benefit of using UwU over your own custom inspectors. You won’t have to put scripts that use UwU in an Editor folder or use #if UNITY_EDITOR on anything that uses UwU.

Features yet to be added

Although UwU already features a lot of GUI methods it is still missing a few features:

There’s also some bugs that are known but have not been fixed yet:

  • Functions called from buttons can’t change script variables
  • Because of the limitations that come with using attributes, Gui that takes up more than “one line” in your gui will not stretch. Aka labels, helpboxes et cetera are not content aware.


Though the largest part of this code was written by me the inspiration for this project was (if you hadn’t guessed) EasyButtons by Mads Bang Hoffensetz (@madsbangh).

The dad joke generator relies on this api.

Last but not least…

UwU already supports quite a few GUI methods but if there’s a feature you would like to see in the next version feel free to open an issue.

If you encounter any significant bugs please also open an Issue.

If you know how to fix one of the known bugs please create a pull request or contact me.

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