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What are Smart Objects?[edit | edit source]
Smart Objects are assets and scripts in the Editor library that work out of the box. They make creating games easier and quicker. Some Smart Objects are a combination of visuals, scripts and components that can be customized to better fit the design of your game. Other Smart Objects exist only as a singular visual, script or component with specific defined behavior that you can attach to any asset to further customize your games.
Where to Find Smart Objects[edit | edit source]
Smart Objects can be easily found using the Filter button, located on the top of the Library panel. The Filter button will open a panel with a list of categories that you can use to find assets. Clicking on the Smart Objects option will reveal a list of all the Smart Objects currently available.
How to Use Smart Objects[edit | edit source]
If you'd like to use a Smart Object in your game, simply Drag and Drop the asset from the Library to the Viewport by clicking on it, holding the left mouse button and releasing once you have positioned it.
How to Edit Smart Objects[edit | edit source]
Smart Objects can be edited and customized like any other asset in the Editor by changing variables and their values in components and scripts. For more information on these terms and editing objects in general, see Editor Basics.
What are Smart Conditions?[edit | edit source]
Smart Conditions are special assets with scripts and components that allow you to add gameplay behaviors to your game. They are simple to edit and customize using the Inspector.
Where to Find Smart Conditions[edit | edit source]
How to Use Smart Conditions[edit | edit source]
To use a Smart Condition, drag and drop it into the Viewport from the Library. You will be able to see all the editable variables available on the condition in the Inspector.
Smart Conditions List[edit | edit source]
Below is a list of the currently available Smart Conditions. Please note that each condition has a visual component that can be enable or disable and will not affect how the condition works.
Smart Objects List[edit | edit source]
Below is a list of the currently available Smart Objects. Please note that some objects are available in more than one art style.