Author : Timo Naskali

The term “Inspector” is an ambiguous term that can refer to an Inspector Drawer, an Inspector View, or the combination of the two. In some instances it can also encompass the Default ..

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Power Inspector supports Unity version 2017.3.0f3 and newer. When a new update is released to Unity which alters the inspector experience in some way, it is possible that it might cause some issues in Power Inspector. If this happens, I will try to patch in support to Power Inspector as fast as possible, but there ..

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Power Inspector can be installed using the Package Manager window inside Unity. You can do so by following these steps: Open the Package Manager window using the menu item Window > Package Manager. In the dropdown at the top of the list view select My Assets. Find Power Inspector in the list view and select ..

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Power Inspector reboots the inspector experience in Unity and takes it to the next level. Unity is an awesome tool, but as you spend more time with it, you will start to notice some recurring pain points that keep getting in the way of your work – even more so as your projects grow larger. ..

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Import and Go! Making Power Inspector work in plug-and-play fashion has been top priority. You do not need to inherit from any base classes, and you do not need to add any attributes to your code – just open up the Power Inspector window and you’re ready to go! Decoupled = Peace of Mind Keeping ..

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