Unity 8 update: 3D support, a better-looking emoji, and more

Updated May 28, 2018 8:20:31 The new version of Unity 8 is coming to the desktop and tablets, as well as phones and other mobile devices.

In addition to all the major new features, Unity 8 includes some new tweaks to improve the user experience.

Users can now change the way that icons and other UI elements appear in the Unity editor, a new shortcut button in the bottom right corner, and a few more.

Unity 8.1 adds a new emoji for the title bar and a new look to the editor.

It also adds support for a new keyboard shortcut called “Open,” which opens the Unity Editor.

It is similar to the “Delete” shortcut that is in the previous version.

You can also add a new icon and set the default text color of the Unity panel.

Users also get the ability to make their Unity app more familiar by adding the Unity “Open” shortcut in the dock.

It will open the Unity window.

The editor has also been updated to make it easier to edit your apps in Unity.

Previously, it required users to make edits manually.

In Unity 8, you can add new objects and elements to your Unity projects by right-clicking on them in the Inspector.

In the editor, you also can add items to your projects by clicking on them.

You can also use the “Edit” menu to add text to your project by dragging it from the Inspector to the Editor.

The “Edit Tool” in the editor will open an area in the left-hand corner of the screen that allows you to edit the text of your Unity project.

In the “Create” menu, you will be able to create new items in the inspector.

There is also a “New Item” button in this menu.

The new item will appear on the right side of the inspector with an arrow pointing to it.

You will need to create a new Unity project for the new item to appear in your project.

You may be asked to create the project if you want to use the new feature.

The Unity Editor is also updated to support importing and exporting a list of images from a digital camera.

You need to open the Camera Inspector, select the image you want, and click on the Export button.

You are also able to add a camera’s settings to a project in the Editor, by dragging the settings from the Camera to the Project tab in the “Camera Settings” section.

If you want a camera to automatically save all of the images you have taken in the camera, you may need to enable automatic camera saving.

The camera will then save the images automatically.

This new update is available for PC, Mac, and Linux.