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[Editor Script] VRCViz Trigger/Action Debugger

Discussion in 'Tutorials and Tools' started by tarocco, Dec 20, 2018.

  1. tarocco

    tarocco New Member

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    Aren't you just tired of running around the scene hierarchy trying to figure out which VRC triggers are responsible for certain actions? Haven't you ever just wished you could figure out which triggers are causing certain actions? Well then I have the perfect editor script for you.

    VRCViz is a graphical debugger/visualizer for VRC triggers/events and their corresponding actions that lets you see at a glance how your VRChat scene is configured.

    VRCViz Editor Window
    Unity_2018-12-20_14-45-51.png

    Brief usage overview
    Green buttons = Triggers
    Orange buttons = Action-receiving objects
    Blue lines = Trigger actions
    Yellow lines = Trigger actions (to the same object)


    Navigation Demo
    2018-12-20_14-53-25.gif

    Responsive to Changes in Components / Hierarchy
    2018-12-20_14-57-43.gif


     
    #1 tarocco, Dec 20, 2018
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  2. KittensScythe

    KittensScythe New Member

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    thank you for making this!
    very useful and saves time from going back and forth!
     
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  3. Ar7ific1al

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    Awesome little tool!
    May I suggest adding horizontal/vertical scrollbars? With many triggers in my scene, the VRCViz panel overflows and there's no way to see the rest of the panel without resizing it. As it is, I might have to keep it on my secondary display, which is sub-optimal for my workflow.
     
  4. tarocco

    tarocco New Member

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    Hmm, I thought that I remembered to add that in this version. I will have an update out soon.