Dictionary Drawer Settings

Customize the behavior for dictionaries in the inspector.

[InfoBox("In order to serialize dictionaries, all we need to do is to inherit our class from SerializedMonoBehaviour.")]
public Dictionary<int, Material> IntMaterialLookup = new Dictionary<int, Material>()
{
    { 1, ExampleHelper.GetMaterial() },
    { 7, ExampleHelper.GetMaterial() },
};

public Dictionary<string, string> StringStringDictionary = new Dictionary<string, string>()
{
    { "One", ExampleHelper.GetString() },
    { "Syv", ExampleHelper.GetString() },
};

[DictionaryDrawerSettings(KeyLabel = "Custom Key Name", ValueLabel = "Custom Value Label")]
public Dictionary<SomeEnum, MyCustomType> CustomLabels = new Dictionary<SomeEnum, MyCustomType>()
{
    { SomeEnum.First, new MyCustomType() },
    { SomeEnum.Second, new MyCustomType() },
};

[DictionaryDrawerSettings(DisplayMode = DictionaryDisplayOptions.ExpandedFoldout)]
public Dictionary<string, List<int>> StringListDictionary = new Dictionary<string, List<int>>()
{
    { "Numbers", new List<int>(){ 1, 2, 3, 4, } },
};

[DictionaryDrawerSettings(DisplayMode = DictionaryDisplayOptions.Foldout)]
public Dictionary<SomeEnum, MyCustomType> EnumObjectLookup = new Dictionary<SomeEnum, MyCustomType>()
{
    { SomeEnum.Third, new MyCustomType() },
    { SomeEnum.Fourth, new MyCustomType() },
};

[InlineProperty(LabelWidth = 90)]
public struct MyCustomType
{
    public int SomeMember;
    public GameObject SomePrefab;
}

public enum SomeEnum
{
    First, Second, Third, Fourth, AndSoOn
}