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Make scripting API header more efficient to navigate

Discussion in 'Documentation' started by FreeFly90, Nov 24, 2016.

  1. FreeFly90

    FreeFly90

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    Ok, I know this is probably going to be the most stupid suggestion you'll ever receive, but I am quite some problems navigating the Scripting API when I have more tabs open on my browser. Every page title starts with "Unity - ScripingAPI: " and only after it says what page I am currently visualizing, and this becomes very confusing when several tabs are open. I know this might be silly, but when I have to get through half a dozen tabs it gets very confusing to cycle through them to see which one I am currently looking for. Would it be possible to put the current page name first? :p (attaching a picture even if surely not necessary at all)

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  2. siobhangibson

    siobhangibson

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    Hey FreeFly90, thanks for the feedback! Can confirm, everyone in the docs team would love to see this happen too :) We're currently working on some infrastructure stuff that makes it hard for us to implement it straight away, but it's definitely on the board. In the meantime, I usually find just hovering over the tab for a second makes it easy to flick along to the right one. I know it's not as intuitive though :(

    We really appreciate the input - when users request things like this, it makes it easier for us to prioritise our to-do list. Thank you!
     
  3. FreeFly90

    FreeFly90

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    Thank you for the feedback, I guess I'd just stick to keyboard shortcuts for now (I usually don't even touch the mouse while programming), and wait to see what you will do! :)