Just another heads up that I posted another blog post at ExchangeTimes.Net on how to make a specific Python version the default version on Linux. This is useful if you use one version of Python 90% + of the time and don’t want to specify which version of Python you want to run each time. You can find the post here.
I am currently working through a Unity tutorial and one of the tasks I had to do is access the Unity API help documentation from within my code editor which happens to be Visual Studio 2015 which I am using on my Windows 10 PC. Unfortunately the API help documentation plugin is not installed by default. To add the plugin browse to this link and download the Visual Studio 2015 Tools for Unity. Install the Unity Tools for Unity and then follow the below steps to setup a shortcut. Keep in mind that I used ctrl + ‘ as the shortcut as used in Monodevelop. This will overwrite a teams shortcut.…