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Support Asset Store packges (My Assets) in Package Manager UI

Discussion in '2019.3 Alpha' started by N3uRo, Jul 4, 2019.

  1. N3uRo

    N3uRo

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    New feature
    • Package Manager: Support Asset Store packges (My Assets) in Package Manager UI
    https://unity3d.com/unity/alpha/2019.3.0a8

    I'm testing it but UI it's unresponsive if you have very huge list (our case).

    If this UI it's built using UIElements you should seriously make performance tests of Scroll Views with 100+ elements.
     
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  2. erick_unity

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    Hi @N3uRo, paging is already addressed, and will be available publicly in 2019.3.0a10
     
  3. N3uRo

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    As I understand you are workarounding a performance issue.

    There will be some point when someone would want a virtualized scroll and as I understand there isn't one.
     
  4. Griz

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    It would be nice to have an additional option, which has to be ticked to show assets that are deprecated, which could work in a similar fashion to the show preview packages.



    I mean, 99% of the time, when I'm wanting to import new assets, I'm interested only in the ones that are not deprecated.
     
  5. erick_unity

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    Filters similar to the ones available on the asset store website are being evaluated for 2020.1 at the moment, @Griz
     
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  6. Griz

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    That's some great news, looking forward to it.
     
  7. Lars-Steenhoff

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    And what about icons? for the packages ( thumbnails )
     
  8. Lars-Steenhoff

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    And I don't care about paging, just give me a long list that I can scroll trough.
    Paging cost a lot of time for the user, because you never know on what page the asset you need is.