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Introduction

Welcome to the UnityShell wiki, where you will find detailed information on all the inner-workings of UnityShell and how to expand its functionality to meet your development needs. Below you will find instructions on how to correctly download and install UnityShell, as well as the best methods to get started using this package.

If you have an idea for a feature you would like to see implemented into UnityShell or encounter any bugs whilst using this package, please don't hesitate to drop us a message.

Installation

UnityShell is exclusively available on the Unity Asset Store, which means you can freely download and import this package into your desired project after purchase. Doing so will import a "UnityShell" folder into your Assets folder where you can simply drag and drop the UnityShell prefab straight into your desired scene (we recommend a dedicated UI scene).

That's all there is to it, no additional setup required, you can simply start developing. By default, UnityShell comes with commands which you can start calling straight away. We do recommend, however, that you take a look at the "Getting Started" section below to see in detail what awesome things you can do right off the bat.

Getting Started

UnityShell was designed to be as unintrusive as possible so we recommend you keep all UnityShell related items (like Classes, ScriptableObject instances, etc.) inside the UnityShell folder as they all have predefined folders to ensure organisation and ease of use.

Before getting stuck in with your custom command implementations, take time to study the existing commands that come default with the UnityShell package. These commands will help you familiarise yourself with how commands are created, as well as display the flexibility and expandability of the package. Feel free to also study other assets within the UnityShell folder to familiarise yourself with the layout of the UnityShell hierarchy and all its components.

Once you're happy to move on, a great place to start would be creating your first command.

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