Installation

Always backup your project before updating FlowReactor!
NET 4.x API Compatibility level: FlowReactor makes use of the excellent Odin Serializer, therefore API compatibility level .NET 4.x is required. You can change it in the Unity player settings.

First time installation

  1. 1.
    Download FlowReactor from the package manager inside Unity.
  2. 2.
    Import the package and wait for compilation.
  3. 3.
    In Unity you can go to Tools / FlowReactor / Welcome to open up the welcome screen with links to more resources and support channels
You can move the FlowReactor folder inside of your project wherever you want

Settings

After compilation and as soon as you open your first graph, FlowReactor creates a settings asset file to store custom settings such as node colors and shortcuts. This file will be placed at to root of your project but you can move it wherever you want.
You can open up the settings by going to Edit / Preferences

Upgrade

Remove the complete FlowReactor folder before updating to a newer version.

Upgrade version 1.x to 2.x

See what's new in Version 2.0 -> https://flowreactor.io/whatsnew
Warning! Version 2 had some major refactoring, therefore graphs made with a version prior to version 2 are not 100 percent compatible and will most likely break. Meaning that you will have to fix some variable connections and or node connections.
FlowReactor will try to upgrade your v1 graph to v2 as best as possible. If you run into weird node drawing behaviours you can re-initialize the node by right click on the node and select: Re-Initialize
Custom nodes 1.x to 2.x
Please note that in version 2.x, all node properties have been moved to node class attributes. You will have to adapt your custom nodes accordingly.
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