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Object stays where it is and cant be tourched.

Discussion in 'Documentation' started by Wrenchx, May 20, 2018.

  1. Wrenchx


    Mar 15, 2018
    Hello Peeps.

    This is my first time writing in this forum i guess.

    I have a little problem that i cant handle by myself because i simple don't understand what has happened or how i can remove it.

    Heres a gif that shows it:

    Actually. I was working with some animations and when I normally make an animation for at sprite. I just scroll over all the sprites and then put it in "scene" Then it makes an object where he has the animation on him. I normally just delete the object afterward in the "hierarchy" and taking the animation to the right gameobject.

    But this time he I really can't find him in the "hierarchy". I was searching for like 30 minutes and then it it's me. The reason I cant finds it. Its because it isn't there. Soo what can i do to remove that thing?

    Thank you for your interest.
    If you need more information or pics. Just ask.
  2. Johannski


    Jan 25, 2014
    Hi and welcome to the forum,

    This subforum is actually for mistakes or problems in the unity documentation ( Since your problem is more related to editor usage, I would suggest posting the question here:

    Other than that, did you try just clicking on the object? Or doing a larger selection? The object will only be selected if it is completely in the selection. So if your sprite has a lot of alpha around it, you will need to create a quite large selection. Did you check, if the the object is a child of another object in the hierarchy? If you really can't find it, I guess the unity version will be important as well.