Ok so I have been trying to make a script that will load a level. The trick is I want it to be reusable instead of having the same script, but having to multiply it just to change one thing.
How I have been doing it is creating the variable “public string level;” and then making an if statement, “if(Input.GetKeyDown(Keycode.KeypadEnter))” and then under that have “Application.LoadLevel( level );”
Then after that I would just type the name of the level I want to load in the editor, but it won’t work. Any help?
Populate your scene list in Build Settings window.
Application.LoadLevel( level ); //level is int equal to level index
where level is an int, not a String. The index (int) is the same as what appears in the build settings window. 0 is default scene. 1 is next level etc.
You have declared
public string level;
Application.LoadLevel( "levelname" );
public string level = "levelname";
as it’s a String.
I would say that int is easier for level-hopping. But either way, you should populate your scene list.