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|−|<b>Camera Controls</b> |+|
|−|*[[Headbobber]] - This script makes an object bob up and down smoothly when you're pressing one or both of the horizontal/vertical axes. |+|
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|−|<b>Character Controller Scripts</b> |+|
|−|*[[Force2D]] - Place this script on a [http://www.otee.dk/Documentation/ScriptReference/GameObject.html GameObject] and have it constrained to two dimensions. |+|
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|−|*[[ShipControls]] - Place this script on a [http://www.otee.dk/Documentation/ScriptReference/Rigidbody.html RigidBody] for 2D spaceship controls like [http://otee.dk/gallery/udwc/OverWhelmedArena.html OverWhelmed Arena]. |+|
|−|*[[VariableSpeedFPSwalker]] - An FPS walker script having different speeds for walking forward, strafing, and backpedaling |+|
|−|*[[PhysicsFPSWalker]] - An FPS walker that works by physics and therefore gets friction info from other objects. |+|
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|−|<b>Debugging Scripts</b> |+|
|−|*[[DebugConsole]] - A script to allow scrolling feedback from your scripts. (Was DebugGUIController) |+|
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|−|<b>General Concepts</b> |+|
|−|*[[AManagerClass]] - example on how to add easy access to a singleton class in a scene. |+|
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|−|*[[ ToggleGravity]] - example how to toggle a property, in this case the global gravity setting, by the left mouse button. |+|
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|−|<b>General Purpose Effect Scripts</b> |+|
|−|*[[CameraFacingBillboard]] - Use this script on a billboard or similar object to make it align itself with the camera. |+|
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|−|*[[LookAtCameraYonly]] - Use this script on a billboard or other object to have it face the camera but only rotate on the Y axis. |+|
|−|*[[Mathfx]] - This script contains a growing number of small and useful math functions. (Short for Mathf eXtended) |+|
|−|*[[StopEmittingAfterDelay]] - After a configurable delay, particles will fade naturally, then finally the object will get destroyed with autodestruct. |+|
|−|*[[Perlin Noise]] - Noise functions for smoothly moving objects around or anything else |+|
|−|<b>Graphical User Interface Scripts</b> |+|
|−|*[[Button]] - Use this script on a guiTexture object for regular push buttons that send a message when clicked. |+|
|−|*[[GUIFly]] - Use this script on an object to make it respond to a "Fly" message so that it may move on and off the screen in a pleasing manner. |+|
|−|*[[GuiRatioFixer]] - Use on a [http://otee.dk/Documentation/ScriptReference/GUIText.html GUIText] /[http://otee.dk/Documentation/ScriptReference/GUITexture.html GUITexture] object to automatically adjust aspect ratio |+|
|−|*[[GuiRatioFixer2]] - Alternate script based on screen's aspect to use on a [http://otee.dk/Documentation/ScriptReference/GUIText.html GUIText] /[http://otee.dk/Documentation/ScriptReference/GUITexture.html GUITexture] object to automatically adjust aspect ratio |+|
|−|*[[ToggleButton]] - Extends the Button class to create a toggle button. |+|
|−|*[[FadeIn]] - Allows you to show/hide a [http://www. otee.dk/Documentation/ScriptReference/GUIText.html GUIText] or [http://www.otee.dk/Documentation/ScriptReference/GUITexture.html GUITexture] when pressing a key/button. |+|
|−|*[[Box_Script]] - Use this to make differently sized gui boxes with the same border width. |+|
|−|<b>Heads Up Display Scripts</b> |+|
|−|*[[MessageDisplayer]] - Use this script on a [http://otee.dk/Documentation/ScriptReference/GUIText.html GUIText] object to have a self-disappearing list of status messages. |+|
|−|<b>Image Postprocessing Effects (require Unity Pro) </b> |+|
|−|*[[BloomEffect]] - Sometimes referred to as "glow", use this effect to make bright parts in your scene bleed. |+|
|−|<b>Sound Scripts</b> |+|
|−|*[[JukeboxController]] - A very basic jukebox class. This can be used to manage multiple audio clips across different levels. |+|
In this section you'll find a large assortment of sample scripts and code snippets contributed by members of the community. These can be accessed by selecting one of the category tabs above.
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