How to set Specialization in script?

2 years 2 months ago #2859 by thierry258
Everything is in the title :lol:

I want to know how to set current spcialization in use, manually?

Thanks in advance for your answer.

I'm using Version 2.8.4.f1

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2 years 2 months ago #2861 by Frank
I'm still writing the doc on this new feature, thanks for remind me to go FINISH it!!!

To add and manage specializations, you just need to add an script like this in your game:
using System;
using UnityEngine;
using System.Linq;

namespace I2.Loc
    public partial class SpecializationManager
        public override void InitializeSpecializations()

            mSpecializations = mSpecializations.Concat(new string[] {

            mSpecializationsFallbacks["Console1"] = "Controller";
            mSpecializationsFallbacks["Console2"] = "Controller";

        public override string GetCurrentSpecialization()
            if (Input.touchSupported)
                return "Touch";
                return base.GetCurrentSpecialization();

In the InitializeSpecializations you can add or remove specializations from the mSpecializations array (the example adds two new ones).
And also set a fallback to them, (e.g. "Console1" is also a "Controller"), meaning that if the current specialization is "Controller", then everything tag as "Console1" will also be used.

then, in the GetCurrentSpecialization you can select which one is the current specialization.

That script can be placed outside the I2 folder, so that when you need to update, you can delete the I2 folder and install the new I2L version without loosing those changes.

Hope that helps,

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