children doesn't take parent's rotation, position or scale.

So as the title says, I have some gameobjects I want to be children of other gameobjects. However, changing their transforms don’t work. The only one that works is the localScale one, but it makes the child have a different size from the one they have when they are not a child.Their rotation is completely random at times, as the inspector says the child is at 0,0,0 when it visually changed by 90º on the X axis. Any help on how to make them take the parents position, rotation or scale is appreciated.

This here is my code.

 private void OnTriggerEnter(Collider col) 
        if ((col.CompareTag("RopaClara") || col.CompareTag("RopaOscura")) && !Ocupado_1)
            col.transform.localPosition = new Vector3(0, 0, 0);
            col.transform.rotation = pos_1.rotation;
            //col.transform.localScale = new Vector3(5f, 5f, 5f);
            Ocupado_1 = true;

            if (!Ocupado_2)
                col.transform.localPosition = pos_2.transform.localPosition;
                col.transform.localScale = new Vector3(2f, 2f, 2f);
                Ocupado_2 = true;

Transform.position and Transform.rotation are the absolute position and rotation of the transform. Transform.localPositon, Transform.localRotation and Transform.localScale are their position, rotation, and scale, relative to their parent. So, when you said col.transform.localPosition = pos_2.transform.localPosition, that’s going to be setting the position of col relative to pos_2 to whatever pos_2’s location is relative to it’s parent. I can’t imagine this is intended, since even assuming that pos_2 doesn’t have a parent, and that it isn’t rotated, col’s position will end up being double pos_2’s position is in world space.

If you want a transform to be at the same position as its parent, do

Transform.localPosition =

If you want it to be the same rotation as its parent, do

Transform.localRotation = Quaternion.identity.

And if you want it to be unrotated in world space, do

Transform.rotation = Quaternion.identity.

If any of that doesn’t seem to be doing what I said it would, you should make sure that the parent object isn’t rotated or scaled, and that none of its parents are rotated or scaled.

If any of the parents in the hierarchy have rigidbodies, it’s possible they’re being rotated without your knowledge, and you may want to find and check the restraint check boxes on the rigid body.