Hi CMB, user generated scenarios on the Mac should go here: ~/Library/Application Support/Unity of Command/user/scenarios/ Scenario Editor on the Mac can only be invoked from the command line at the moment (just call uoc with '--app scenario' command line option). We will be adding a more convenient way to do this in 1.05.
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Unfortunately, currently (in 1.04a) there is also an issue with the Mac version that makes the scenario editor use the wrong directory for user scenarios. We are working on a fix.
Commands to find mac-address and IP on a port Can someone show me the commands to find a mac-address on a switch and if I know the port I am looking to find it on, also how i find the IP address on that port.
Granted, it is a “Preview” version product, but so far, it is working with Unity 5 like a charm. Setting up VSCode for Unity is Simple, but Read This! It is simple to get it working, but you need to do a couple of things.
Some people on the Unity forums tried to simply download Code and open their c# files and the intellisense didn’t work, and they assumed that VS Code was a bust. I admit, that’s exactly what I did, but I didn’t give up. Here are the simple steps: • Download and install from Microsoft • It’s simple on the Macjust drag the.app to Applications folder once you open the downloaded package • Open your Unity project • Go to Assets > Sync MonoDevelop Project (this will make sure your.sln file is all set) • Open VS Code • Do File > Open in VSCode and open your Unity project folder (top level of your project) • Important – at the bottom of the VS Code window, there is a blue status bar. You should see a little fire icon.
It may be followed by # projects. Click that icon and select your project’s csharp.sln file. When you click the icon, it will pop up a box at the top that lists the available solution files. You want the one that is named “-csharp.sln”. • If the box at the top of the screen has an option that says “Change projects”, that means you’re already working in a project. In this case, you can: • Click “Change projects” • Then select your project’s csharp.sln file as above Visual Studio Code on a 2013 MacBook Pro- 1st Day Impressions • Intellisense is working beautifully with my project’s code • You can even leave a word half finished go away with the cursor and come back and Intellisense will pick it up and start working where you left off.