Guide: How to run a game made in unity on the Asus Tinkerboard, Raspberry PI and other ARM boards. 11 of May 2019
To do this you'll need to Compile your game for
WebGL Then copy the folder to your device.
Now open a terminal window in the game folder. We will now start a web server using the one built in to
Python now in the terminal
window copy and paste this if you have python 2 installed.
python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8000
or if you have python 3 installed then use this instead. python3 -m http.server Then
open chromium and type this in the address bar localhost:8000 and now you can play your game!
Guide: How to hide the notch on android 9 pie. 10 of May 2019
First go to settings tap system then tap on about phone, and tap the build number 7 times.
This will enable developer options. Now go back to system then head over to developer options.
Find drawing tap on display cutout then tap hide. Now the notch on your device should be hidden.
Tip: Play the dino game in chrome without disconnecting from the internet. March 24 2020
Type "chrome://dino" into chrome's address bar: Note this also works in some other chromium based browsers.
Tip: Find out your user agent using duckduckgo. 28 of January 2020
Type "user agent" into duckduckgo.
Tip: Fix Blurry sprites in Unity. 21 of June 2019
First off in unity open the folder where you store your sprites. Then click on your sprite. In the inspector find Filter Mode
and change it from bilinear to pont (no filter). When you unselect the sprite from the inspector you'll
get a popup asking you to apply changes. Click apply and now the sprite will no longer look blurry.
Tip: Check what fonts websites are using in Firefox and Chrome. 11 of June 2019
Right Click on your Mouse or Trackpad then click Inspect Element.
For example if you click on the main elment in the Inspector on this website you'll see that the H tags and P tags
are using Noto sans then the default Sans serif
font on your device.