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Autocompletion for UWP-Libraries in Unity

I'm wondering how I can get autoc-completion for UWP-Code like web sockets which are not accessible in Unity/Mono. See below. It's just seen as a comment with no auto-completion and incorrect formatting.


  • edited March 2018

    Hi @travelhawk07,

    In Unity Editor you cannot access to the methods that are inside of blocks like you have in your code. They are not accessible because that properties are not going to be run in Unity Editor, therefore, the code appears as it was commented.

    You can access to that methods going to the solution that Unity generates by clicking in build button. Open the solution in Visual Studio and search for your scripts in the solution explorer. When you open a script with code that are not going to be run in Unity Editor you will notice that the gray colour has disappeared and, therefore, you will be able to access to that methods.


  • Thank you Christian! It makes actually sense. So I might rather develop in the generated VS solution using Visual Studio.

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