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    2018 was a good year

    I passed all but one of my Unisa exams last year and I’m feeling positive with continuing to study for my degree this year. This semester I registered for Introduction to Programming (C++) which I unfortunately failed last semester as well as Visual Programming I, Maths and Mining (Physics, Chemistry) as part of my extended program. Now I have to wait for Unisa to approve the registration before I can kick off this year’s studying. I also started game development using C# and Unity with a colleague to make a few small games with the end goal being a competitive FPS.

  • C#,  Tutorials,  Unity

    Access Unity API help from within Visual Studio

    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┬áVisual 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.…