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Hierarchy Object Auto Group system

Discussion in 'Extensions & OnGUI' started by JeffreyStrate, Jun 26, 2018.

  1. JeffreyStrate

    JeffreyStrate

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    Gibs es sowas ? wenn ich auf ein Assets( Mauer Teile) klicke, und ich dann sagen könnte, alles was hier raus kommt bitte in der Hierarchie dort rein Ordnen in ein Ordner der eben so heist wie das teil , Z.B ein Mauer bauen.. jede Mauer Teil soll einfach in Ordner "Mauer" landen und zwar Automatisch... Das kann ja nicht sein wenn ich Mauer habe mit 1000 Teile , das ich ganzen tag nur scheiss Teile hin und her Schiebe.. in der Hierarchie..

    _ Also Z.B. Prefad ordner, klick, Diesen Prefads teile immer in der Hirachie in den Mauer ordner schieben... jetzt kann man Bauen ohne danach stunden lang aufzuräumen.

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    Is there something like that? if I click on an asset, and then I could say, all that comes out of there please in the hierarchy there in a folder that just as heiste as that part, for example, build a fence .. every wall part should just in folder " Wall "land automatically ..
     
    Last edited: Jun 26, 2018