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  1. BaeFell
    Created by BaeFell
    Feb 28, 2022

    Searching the skUnity Docs
    The skUnity Docs features a powerful search that lets you easily refine your query. This tutorial will teach you how to effectively search the skUnity Docs.

    You can refine your search on the skUnity Docs by:
    • Specific addon including Skript
    • What category of syntax (event, expression, condition, effects, type)
    • The specific ID of the element (used when sharing)
    • If it has an example
    • The version of Minecraft supported
    Searching by addon

    With a wide range of addons on the skUnity Docs, it can sometimes be hard to find the syntax you need for the addon you're using. To search by addon you can either use addon or from. Here's a few examples:
    Search for everything from any number of addons with addon:skript,skbee
    Or search something specific from a specific addon such metadata from Skript addon:skript metadata

    Searching by category

    Skript syntax is broken down into 5 categories: events, expressions, conditions, effects and types. You can search for each specific one with skUnity Docs Search.
    Search the on join event category:events on join
    You may find other events than the one from Skript, you can combine search functions into one query:
    category:events addon:skript on join. This will only return the on join event from Skript.

    Searching by ID

    To share content on the skUnity Docs, you can click/tap the clipboard symbol by the name of the element. This will copy a search URL to your clipboard searching by the ID of the element. This is an easy way to share a specific element on the skUnity Docs.

    Searching by if it has an example

    Only want to find elements that have an example? Easy peasy! Lets only find syntax from Skript that has: from:skript...
  2. BaeFell
    Created by BaeFell
    Feb 5, 2021

    Launch of skUnity Tutorials
    To enable everyone to easily access and utilise the tutorials on the skUntiy Forums, we have launched the skUnity Tutorials site. Designed to allow easy discovery of the tutorials available to you, skUnity Tutorials provides you with colourful, formatted and easy to access tutorials covering a wide variety of topics.

    skUnity Tutorials is current a BETA service and is being actively worked on. We're going to provide new and exciting features over time. If you have any suggestions, feel free to add a comment to the thread with them.

    Checkout skUnity Tutorials

    Many thanks,
  3. BaeFell
    Created by BaeFell
    Jul 18, 2020
    Hi everyone,

    I'm pleased to announce the launch of the skUnity Developer Programme! Designed to help promote developers and their content across skUnity, provide support and additional tools to developers.

    For more information on the programme, take a look here: https://forums.skunity.com/threads/application-template.12132/

    Many thanks,
  4. BaeFell
    Created by BaeFell
    Jan 27, 2020

    Updates to the skUnity Docs
    Hi everyone,

    I've been adding some cool new features to the skUnity Docs! Here's a rundown of what's new and how to use it:

    skUnity Docs Progressive Web Application

    A Progressive Web Application (PWA), is a fancy way of having an app like program but using only JavaScript, HTML and CSS. The browser makes it look like a normal program.

    The skUnity Docs are now a PWA. You might have noticed it already! It varies a lot by the browser on how it's presented and what's supported. On Chrome for Windows, a plus in a circle will appear on the right side of the URL bar. This will then prompt you to install the skUnity PWA. On Android and iOS, you need to use the Add to home screen button dependant on your browser. This will add the skUnity icon to your home screen and with Windows, you can use search to find the skUnity PWA.

    The docs should work when you go offline, although there is an issue with them not loading when offline which is something I look at resolving.

    Syntax element Minecraft version support

    You're now able to set what versions of Minecraft each syntax element on the skUnity Docs supports. You can define the versions of Minecraft your addon supports via the Docs My Addons Page. There you have the option to apply the selected options to every element registered with your addon. And when a new Minecraft version comes out, you can add that version to every element while keeping the specific version support for the elements.

    When creating a new element, you'll have the option to choose the versions it supports, or if you have selected the versions on the My Addons Page, the Docs will apply it automatically. The element Edit Page also provides the option to select the supported...
  5. BaeFell
    Created by BaeFell
    Dec 7, 2019

    Hi everyone,

    Since the release of the skUnity Parser over a year ago, we haven't ever changed what addons are supported by the Parser. I am now looking at reviewing all supported addons by the Parser. This will include adding in any new addons or addons missed from the launch but also removing any that really aren't needed. I will also be refreshing addon syntaxes

    Here are the currently supported addons by the skUnity Parser:
    - MundoSK
    - SharpSK
    - skDragon
    - Skellett
    - SkQuery
    - Skungee
    - skUtilities
    - SkWaze
    - TuSKe
    - Vixio
    - WolvSK

    Please reply below with what addon you would like including and link to the Resource page. Not all addons will be added, but I will review every single suggestion.