Getting started Unity UI Extensions
Either clone/download this repository to your machine and then copy the scripts in, or use the pre-packaged .UnityPackage for your version of Unity and import it as a custom package into your project.
As of Unity 2019, there are now two paths for getting access to the Unity UI Extensions project:
- Unity 2019 or higher The recommended way to add the Unity UI Extensions project to your solution is to use the Unity package Manager. Simply use the Unity Package Manager to reference the project and install it.
Alternatively, you can also use the pre-compiled Unity packages if you wish, however, UPM offers full versioning support to allow you to switch versions as you wish.
- Unity 2018 or lower The pre-compiled Unity assets are the only solution for Unity 2018 or earlier due to the changes in the Unity UI framework in Unity made for 2019. Either clone / download this repository to your machine and then copy the scripts in, or use the pre-packaged .UnityPackage for your version of Unity and import it as a custom package in to your project.
If you wish to further support the Unity UI Extensions project itself, then you can either subsidize your downloads above, or using the links below.
All funds go to support the project, no matter the amount. Donations in code are also extremely welcome
(PayPal account not required and you can remain anonymous if you wish)
You can follow the UI Extensions team for updates and news on:
Also, come chat live with the Unity UI Extensions community on Gitter here: UI Extensions Live Chat