Plugin that allows you to generate BitmapFonts from a textureUssage:1. Clone the plugin repo or download it from the AssetLib2. Enable the plugin (Project > Project Settings > Plugins)3. Create a new CutBitmapFont resource (Right click in filesystem > New Resource > CutBitmapFont)4. Select the resource in filesystem and edit the properties in the inspector
Import sprite sheets from TexturePacker as a set of AtlasTextures or a TileSet.Sprite sheets reduce the memory usage of your game by placing many small image objects in one big image.This also increases the game performance because less texture swapping is required during the render process of your game scene.For Godot 3.0
A table control which can be sort and dynamic update1. Create table in editor2. Select table row3. Dynamic change data
Godot-Stuff Logger (gs_logger)A GDScript based logging utility, it provides a very low level way to debug your Games. There are different Appenders and Layouts available that let you control how the logger output is delivered.Features* low overhead* simple to include in your projects* eight different logging levels* output to console or filesystem* html output available (experimental)This version supports the Godot Version 3.0 releases.For more information follow this linkhttps://gitlab.com/godot-stuff/gs-logger/blob/master/README.md
A basic water (spatial-) material for the Godot Engine 3.x.There is also a step by step video on you tube that shows how this material was created.
/!\ This module is deprecated !!! See PythonScript module (https://godotengine.org/asset-library/asset/179) instead /!\ /!\ This module requires to restart Godot once installed /!\Introduction------------This is a beta version of the Python module for Godot.You are likely to encounter bugs and catastrophic crashes, if so pleasereport them to https://github.com/touilleMan/godot-python/issues.Working features----------------Every Godot core features are expected to work fine:- builtins (e.g. Vector2)- Objects classes (e.g. Node)- signals- variable export- rpc synchronisationOn top of that, mixing GDscript and Python code inside a project should work fine.Python and pip are working, however depending on platform and backend they- on Windows+CPython use `python.exe` and `python.exe -m pip`- on Linux+CPython `bin/python` and `bin/pip` are provided out of the box.However you must provide path to `libpython3.6m.so` to make them run:```$ LD_LIBRARY_PATH=`pwd`/lib ./bin/pip3 --version$ LD_LIBRARY_PATH=`pwd`/lib ./bin/python --version```- on Linux+Pypy `bin/pypy` runs like a charm, you should use ensurepip toinstall pip:```$ bin/pypy -m ensurepip$ bin/pypy -m pip --version```Not so well features--------------------Memory management is a big issue (given Godot and Python garbage collectors should be synchronized)so leaks are possible (hence Godot complaining there is still MemoryPool allocs in use at exit...).Exporting the project hasn't been tested at all (however exporting for linux should be pretty simple andmay work out of the box...).Have fun ;-)- touilleMan
A plugin to view TODOs and other tags created in code similar to those found in popular IDEs.TODO Manager has a lenient style, endlessly customizable and fits perfectly into the Godot editor.- Seamlessly integrated into the Godot dock- Lenient syntax. Write TODOs that suit your style- Quickly jump to lines- Add your own RegEx patterns- Set colours to your liking- Supports GDScript, C#, C/CPP (GDNative)
A Trackball Camera that responds to input from actions, mouse, keyboard, joystick and touch, in order to rotate around its parent node while continuously facing it.Works with Godot 3.x (tested up to 3.5).- stays around its parent node, even if the latter moves- no gimbal lock (quaternions ♥)- camera inertia for a smoother experience- keep the horizon stable if you want- the parent node does not have to be centered in the camera's view- can be used to look around itself- analog camera control with joystick, courtesy of @marcello505- smooth and constrained zoom with PGUP / PGDOWN or your own custom action, if you want to use the mouse wheel for example- constrain pitch, or handle headstands by inverting x- a bunch of parameters to configure things as you want themCONS:- No panning- No promisesUSAGE1. Add a TrackballCamera node as child of the node you want to trackball around.2. Translate the camera along the Z axis a little bit, so that it faces its parent.3. Configure the camera.
Plugin that allow you to add custom achievement to the game and display them in the UI.You can read "README" file in your downloaded repository or in GitHub page to learn how to use it.https://github.com/5FB5/gd-achievements
Using this plugin, you will be able to try to:- Create Godot PBR Materials automatically using their filenames...- Create inherited Scenes from your meshes...- Test your materials in a preconfigured Test Scene!- Order your Assets adding order_children_nodes.gd to it is parent node!- Add EnviromentTemplate.tscn to test your own scenesThe plugin is about 10mb only! It will appear as a Tab in the left dock.I created this plugin because I did not like the 3D workflow and I do not understand how to configure PBR Materials properly, so if you find some kind of error or know how to improve the results, please Contribute in my GitHub! Thanks!https://github.com/doradoro